Netanyahu to report on first-year accomplishments

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
March 30, 2010 22:23

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is compiling a report on his achievements during his first year in office that will be presented in upcoming days, a source close to him said Tuesday.

The prime minister will celebrate Wednesday's anniversary of the formation of his government on vacation with his family. A Kadima source said the opposition would not mark the day, but that "the reality of this failed government speaks for itself, and we will continue to do everything possible to help the country by toppling Netanyahu."

A Teleseker poll published in Monday's Ma'ariv found that 53.3 percent of Israelis were dissatisfied with Netanyahu's performance as prime minister and just 41.1% were satisfied, but when asked who was most fit to be prime minister, 46.7% said Netanyahu and only 28.7% chose Kadima head Tzipi Livni.

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