Netanyahu offers Kadima four ministerial portfolios

Netanyahu offers Kadima

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 28, 2009 12:50

 
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Ahead of the Kadima faction meeting scheduled for Monday afternoon, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu revised his offer to the party in the hope of convincing them to accept his proposal to join a national unity government. Netanyahu said he would be willing to offer Kadima four ministerial portfolios, three of which would be part of the Security Cabinet.

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