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In a healthy show of democracy, politicians within several political parties publicly bickered about their budgetary positions.
All you need to know about the upcoming election.
Defense Ministry asks for a week's delay to "study the bill"; IDF, Bayit Yehudi oppose the proposal.
After pushing through a reform in the conversion law, Hatnua MK Elazar Stern wants to take on
kashrut licensing and the issue of Shabbat in the public sphere.
By JEREMY SHARON
Once the influential head of the opposition, recent polls have predicted Tzipi Livni's Hatnua party will not cross the electoral threshold.
By GIL HOFFMAN
In a video released by Hatnua, Livni warns the Israeli public that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his colleagues will attempt to destroy the pillars of the Israeli society.
By ALON EINHORN
Ex-chief of staff reportedly turns down spot.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
Nachman Shai follows in footsteps of PM Netanyahu, who raised more than a million shekels from several wealthy Americans.
Parties say 'Zionist Camp' is not their official name; Bayit Yehudi says Ben-Gurion is turning over in his grave.
By LAHAV HARKOV
When Labor leader Isaac Herzog said that he was going to the Saban Forum in Washington to “work on his couplehood” with Hatnua head Tzipi Livni, there were a lot of men who probably cringed.
Sheetrit is the most recent Hatnua lawmaker to bow out of politics.
By NOA AMOUYAL
Mitzna praises Livni-Labor union, says joint list has genuine chance to defeat Netanyahu.
Livni will announce her candidates for the Knesset on Tuesday, following the return from abroad of MK Amram Mitzna.
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