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Gabbay’s plan is called “Paths to Separation,” he said that it is intended to reverse the direction Israel has been heading in under right-wing governments.
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"We won't join Netanyahu — we'll replace him," said Labor chairman Avi Gabbay in a conversation with activists from the "No Unity, No Victory" initiative.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Protesters want centrist leaders to unite for the future government following the coming elections.
By TAMAR BEERI
"Our party's friends need to commit not to sit in a Netanyahu-led government."
By ALON EINHORN
Gabbay says he will recommend candidates.
By GIL HOFFMAN
"When you don't promise that you won't join Bibi's government, you are exactly like Bibi!"
By TZVI JOFFRE
Kariv says parties should reserve slot for non-Orthodox
"Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu runs a video and spin-making factory instead of taking care of the country."
Labor leader Avi Gabbay’s attempts to unite the entire party behind his leadership and present himself as a legitimate candidate for prime minister at Thursday’s party convention will fail.
"This split must not lead to the establishment of the fifth Netanyahu government," he said. "We will not forgive ourselves if that happens."
By CASSANDRA GOMES-HOCHBERG
And why BDS is unprogressive.
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