Labor to meet with President ahead of coalition talks

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January 30, 2013 12:35

 
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A Labor party delegation will meet on Thursday morning with President Shimon Peres at his official residence following his meeting with Head of Central Elections Committee Justice Elyakim Rubinstein, who will hand the president the official results of the national elections.

The president will receive delegations on Wednesday night from the largest Knesset factions. He will hold consultations with the remaining factions from the largest to the smallest on Thursday and most likely formally grant Netanyahu the right to form the government on Friday.

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