Shalom, Livnat, Naveh oppose merger with the right

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 29, 2006 18:47




MK Silvan Shalom, Likud's number two, met with MK Limor Livnat and Dan Naveh on Wednesday to talk about the repercussions of the Likud's defeat. The three agreed that they would try to prevent the party's convergence with the Right - the National Union and Israel Beiteinu - an option being considered by the party's head, Binyamin Netanyahu. The three did not attend the Likud's meeting on Tuesday night in Metzudat Ze'ev.


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