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In classic Netanyahu style, he allowed Peretz’ words on the lack of Palestinian voting rights to hang in the air over the weekend, like a piece of laundry one forgot to take down.
Another issue that causes a split in the right-wing bloc is the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
“There is no problem with a unity government,” Lapid wrote on Twitter. “There is only one man, only one, who has to move aside and go deal with his indictments.”
Lapid told Channel 12’s Meet the Press program: “We don’t need the Arabs for a blocking majority, because we will win.”
By GIL HOFFMAN
Everything said and done in the election before Thursday no longer matters. That includes statements that look hypocritical in retrospect.
"This is a historic day for Israel because this picture of unity has not been seen here for dozens of years," Gantz said.
Lapid-Gantz merger pushes female candidates further down on the combined list.
By AMY SPIRO
The Center is a myth, an optical illusion created by power-hungry politicos with little to offer in the way of a coherent ideology or a set of polished policy prescriptions.
By MICHAEL FREUND
Likud finalizes its list: Haskel back in, Netanyahu speechwriter on list.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Polls have found that unlike other potential political recruits, Ashkenazi has the ability to shift mandates from the Right to the Center-Left.
For weeks now, the polls have shown that a Gantz-Lapid franken-party will surpass or come close to the Likud’s size.
Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid and Israel Resilience Party Benny Gantz have joined forces, politicians Left and Right respond as the sands of Israeli politics shift.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
There are only two women in the top 10: Benny Gantz, Yair Lapid, Moshe Bogie Ya'alon, Gabi Ashkenazi, Avi Nissenkorn, Meir Cohen, Miki Haimovich, Ofer Shelah, Yoaz Hendel and Orna Barbivai.
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