Former foreign minister David Levy, who retired from politics last year, is considering running for a place on the Likud's next Knesset list.
Levy announced at a party his family organized on Saturday to mark his seventieth birthday that he was considering returning to the Knesset where he served from 1969 to 2006.
Levy said he was constantly receiving calls from former supporters telling him that his experience was necessary in the Knesset. "Whether I should come back to politics is a decision I think about every day, even though I don't miss it," Levy said.
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