Koolanu no. 2 slams Ya'alon's functioning during Operatin Protective Edge, says he gained only "a tie" with a weak enemy.
Candidate says he needs 15 seats to achieve goal of becoming finance minister.
Polls have shown that Israelis place socioeconomic matters first on their agenda and that they trust Kahlon more than any other party leader on those issues.
Kahlon: We know that there’s a balance you have to strike between competition and stability.
Melaku did not leave her post at the Israel Broadcast Authority the required 100 days before March 17 election.
Koolanu leader says government should pass legislation to ensure independent workers, such as entrepreneurs, get the same benefits as other employee.
On Koolanu visit to Jerusalem shuk, supporters demand socioeconomic reform.
No. 2 on Kahlon party list calls for peace deal that will also enhance country’s security.
Bennett: "Galant's words were unnecessary and disappointing, and can be used as ammunition by the nation's enemies."
Oren outlines diplomatic approach for "two-state situation."