Likud faction head MK Gideon Sa'ar said on Monday that party leader Binyamin Netanyahu "learned lessons from his past mistakes." Speaking to reporters, Sa'ar said the Likud aimed to hold new elections. The Likud faction head also expressed opposition to reinforcing the party's ranks with Kadima members who decide to switch parties. "The Likud is a democratic movement. Anyone who wants to join must gain the trust of its leaders," he said.