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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.”
This is not the first video Netanyahu released on Facebook attacking the claims made against him.
By TAMAR BEERI
The previous billboard put up by Likud read “They will not decide” with a photo of prominent media personalities.
By SARA RUBENSTEIN
“I do not rule out anyone.” Asked what he would do if Netanyahu was indicted, Gantz did not respond.
By GIL HOFFMAN
"He has gone from being Mr. Security to Mr Microphone," Lapid wrote on Twitter.
Protesters want centrist leaders to unite for the future government following the coming elections.
The video ended with Gantz poking fun of his silence since entering politics, saying “I think I said too much.”
Lapid praised Gantz in the interview, while ruling out running together with MK Tzipi Livni’s Hatnua Party.
"I am ashamed that Israeli citizens, fighters, bereaved parents and IDF disabled veterans should go from house to house to ask for the most basic thing, equality," Lapid said.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
Speaking at a town hall meeting for some 500 English speakers in Tel Aviv, Lapid warned that if centrist parties do not unite for the April 9 election, “It’s going to be a disaster.”
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
“If you want to create real change in this country, you have to do it from the Prime Minister’s Office."
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