Report: Former Likud minister Saar hints at a comeback

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August 9, 2015 22:01

 
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Former Likud minister Gidon Sa'ar may be returning to politics a year after he left.

"Time out in soccer is a minute. Time out in politics is about a year," he said at a closed meeting of Likud members last week, according to a Channel 10 report.

Sa'ar announced his "time out," which he said was to spend more time with his family, on September 17 last year, shaking the political scene. He was Interior Minister at the time and had won the top spot twice in a row in primaries for the Likud list.

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