Specific policy commitments were conspicuous by their absence but the speech went down well, catapulting Israel Resilience into second place behind the Likud.
On Sunday, former IDF chief of staff Benny Gantz offered his first major foreign and security policy address, at the high-profile 55th Munich Security Conference.
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The poll found right-wing voters consider Gantz’s party left-wing, while left-wing voters and voters of the party are divided over whether to classify the party as left- or right-wing
Without declaring he won’t join gov’t headed by an indicted Netanyahu, what is Gantz’s real target?
Most of the promises Gantz made in his speech are already being fulfilled by the current prime minister.
We should still pronounce Benny Gantz’s inaugural speech last week a winner.