"We need to carefully examine ways to rehabilitate our movement and regain its strength," Likud MK Natan Sharansky told Israel Radio after the election results emerged.
Another Likud lawmaker, Gilad Ardan, said, "We failed to persuade the voters. However, It is still early to determine what affected the voters' voting patterns."
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