Likud denies claim that Netanyahu sought unity government with Zionist Union

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN, JPOST.COM STAFF
March 22, 2015 12:24

 
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Responding to reports that the Likud had reached out in order to form a national unity government with Zionist Union, the Likud  stated Sunday that "Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did not authorize anyone to make contact with Labor."

"If the prime minister wanted to talk to Herzog he would do it himself without a mediator," the Likud said. "But he won't, due to the deep ideological differences between Labor and Likud."

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