Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met opposition leader Tzipi Livni on Thursday at the Kirya military headquarters in Tel Aviv.
Although the meeting was officially defined as a monthly update, it came amid reports of contacts between Netanyahu associates and spokespeople for Kadima Number 2 Shaul Mofaz, who is reportedly looking to overtake the Kadima chair.
As such, there was speculation that political matters were also discussed during Thursday's meeting.
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