Netanyahu says Center-Left parties welcome in his coalition

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January 6, 2013 02:56

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu expressed a preference for forming a "wide coalition," but stated that parties in the Center and Left bloc were responsible for ruling out such a possibility.

Speaking in snippets of an interview with Channel 2 released Saturday, the full version of which was scheduled to be broadcast on Monday, Netanyahu stated, "Whoever wants to join a coalition based on my principles is welcome. In the meantime they are the ones that are rejecting me."

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