Netanyahu to masses in Tel Aviv: There's a great danger that a left-wing gov't will come into power

March 15, 2015 20:32

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed a crowd of tens of thousands of people at a rally in support of right-wing parties at Tel Aviv's Rabin Square on Sunday.

Netanyahu claimed that "a massive fortune" of foreign money had flowed into Israel from abroad from organizations dedicated to removing him from power.

He said that, because of  this, currently, the Right did not have enough votes to put together a strong governing coalition, but that closing the gap with the Zionist Union was achievable.

"If we don't close the gap, there is a danger that a left-wing government will come into power, despite the fact that most of the public wants me as prime minister,"Netanyahu said.

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