PM: Voting for me is only way to ensure strong Right gov't

January 6, 2013 10:21


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Netanyahu also granted an interview to Israel Radio aired on Sunday morning, saying repeatedly that in order to succesfully lead the country, a large Likud party was necessary.

Amid the fall of Likud Beytenu in polls to as few as 32 mandates, and the rise of Bayit Yehudi in polls, Netanyahu warned voters on the Right that by "splitting forces" by voting for smaller parties, they were damaging the chances for a strong government to successfully deal with the threats against Israel.

"There is only way to ensure that the Right will stay in control and that is to vote for me," he stated.

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