Herzog: 'I will replace Netanyahu at the ballot and not by investigation"

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December 31, 2016 14:24

 
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Opposition leader Isaac Herzog (Zionist Union) on Saturday said he would "replace Netanyahu at the ballot and not by investigations," Army Radio reported.

Herzog speaking at a Cultural event in Haifa added that "As the investigation deepens, Netanyahu's grip on the government will weaken, and then the people will look for an alternative."

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