Meretz: Election results show the Left have come home

January 23, 2013 07:10


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Meretz party chairwoman Zehava Gal-on told Channel 2 on Wednesday that the exit polls show the Left bloc have returned home.

Speaking from the party's headquarters, Gal-on called on leaders of centrist parties not to "throw a lifeline" to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu by joining his coalition, but instead attempt to establish a cohesive bloc of Center-Left and Arab parties.

MK Ilan Gilon added that the rumors of the death of the Left were premature, Israel Radio reported.

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