Labor officials in back door talks to join gov't

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January 27, 2013 20:10

 
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Labor officials were having talks behind the scenes to negotiate the party's inclusion in the coalition, Channel 2 reported on Sunday.

The talks are meant to "force" party leader Yacimovich to join the government, despite announcing she would not join a coalition led by Likud chairman Binyamin Netanyahu.

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