Netanyahu vows to resume political activity

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu intends to hold political rallies across the country to reach out to Likud activists, he promised in a speech to hunderds of central committee members in Or Yehuda Tuesday night.
The activists complained about expensive housing prices and his disconnect from them. "I want to see you more," he told the activists. "We will see each other in the North and South and all over." He said he would also reach out to them via Facebook. Netanyahu vowed to keep the party united to ensure that it would continue to be Israel's ruling party.
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