Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert presented Kadima with two alternative options for possible coalitions: Either broad-based or narrow.
The narrow option consisted of the inclusion of Israel Beiteinu instead of Labor, according to Israel Radio.
The broad-based option included Labor, Shas, United Torah Judaism, Israel Beiteinu and the Pensioners' Party. Olmert assessed the chances of forming the latter coalition were low.
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