Kadima member and power broker Tzahi Hanegbi said on Wednesday that it was possible that in the next election, Kadima would run on a joint slate with the Likud, Army Radio reported.
Hanegbi made many qualifications to his statement, noting that Kadima would need to see whether the parties worked well together too achieve key goals important to Kadima.
He also said it was too early to say anything with any amount of certainty.
Still, Hanegbi has been seen as a bridge between disparate parties in the past and the fact that he even mentioned the possibility only a month after the national unity government came together suggests that at least so far Likud and Kadima are working well together.
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