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Jerusalem - Channel 2: Secret Meetings Between Netanyahu, Livni

Published on: February 4, 2013 01:38 PM
By: Jerusalem Post
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People wait at a bus stop near billboards of Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and Tzipi Livni (L), in Tel Aviv, Israel, 20 January 2013. EPA/ABIR SULTANPeople wait at a bus stop near billboards of Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and Tzipi Livni (L), in Tel Aviv, Israel, 20 January 2013. EPA/ABIR SULTAN

Jerusalem - Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu held secret meetings with Tzipi Livni ahead of the formation of the 19th Knesset, Channel 2 reported on Monday.

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The report gives credence to rumors Netanyahu intends to form a centrist coalition with The Tzipi Livni Party, rather than with partners on the Right.


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 Feb 04, 2013 at 01:51 PM Texas_Eli Says:

She looks rather angry in that picture... scarily angry...

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 Feb 04, 2013 at 02:55 PM Mayer Alter Says:

Other street rumors have him forming a coalition with the three religious parties and Livni who it is said is desperate for a share of the Cabinet cake..

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 Feb 04, 2013 at 08:45 PM Secular Says:

Secret meeting?

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 Feb 04, 2013 at 10:08 PM Liepa Says:

Many people who voted for the religious parties, whether they be Shas, United Torah etc. did so knowing that Netanyahu was a sure win anyway and thus their vote would be better served by supporting the religious parties thereby affording these parties more leverage when negotiating with Netanyahu for inclusion into the governing coalition.
By excluding these religious parties from the governing coalition Netanyahu risks alienating and jeopordizes his chances with this group of voters should he need their support down the line.

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