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Israel went in one direction, while Livni remained so politically stagnant that it looked like she was going in the other.
"There needed to be one bloc to bring about a political upheaval, but it didn’t happen," said Livni. "I worked for the joining of forces. This time, it didn’t work."
The Meretz activists will display an electronic changing billboard entirely made up of pictures of women at Dizengoff Center on Friday.
Bennett to appoint women to rabbinate electoral panel, vetoes Stern Bill while Hatnua vetoes Amar Bill.
By LAHAV HARKOV AND JEREMY SHARON
Lapid vows no compromise; Peri insists on criminal sanctions.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
Lapid threatens to leave gov't over criminal sanctions on haredi draft dodgers; Ya'alon: We will find a compromise, draft legislation.
Ya'alon, Yesh Atid clash on criminal sanctions for draft-dodgers.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN, LAHAV HARKOV, AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Ya'alon, Yesh Atid disagree on criminal sanctions for draft-dodgers; Likud: Yesh Atid overreacting to distract from budget criticism.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Ya'alon objects to criminal sanctions against haredim refusing to serve; Hatnua demands extending service in Hesder program.
By JEREMY SHARON, LAHAV HARKOV
Bayit Yehudi, Yisrael Beytenu to demand Arabs serve as much as haredim; Likud to push for less anti-haredi legislation.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN AND JEREMY SHARON
Legislation would raise threshold, limit number of ministers; Yesh Atid, Hatnua intend to revamp bill.
In a healthy show of democracy, politicians within several political parties publicly bickered about their budgetary positions.
By NIV ELIS
At Hatnua faction meeting, justice minister praises Kerry for efforts to restart peace process, says time for 2-state solution now.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN AND DANIEL CLINTON
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