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Monday, January 07, 2013

Great news: Bennett positioning himself to go into coalition with 'Center-Left'

And you thought that by voting for Naftali Bennett's Bayit Yehudi (Jewish Home) party, you would stop Prime Minister Netanyahu from going into a coalition with Livni, Lapid and Yachimovitch. Well, you were wrong.
Turning to the Palestinian track, Bennett refused to declare he would not sit in a government engaging with negotiation with the Palestinians, indicating that he would be open to joining a possible coalition with parties on the Center-Left. In an Channel 2 interview broadcast in part on Saturday, Netanyahu expressed a preference for forming this type of "wide coalition."

"My position is that there will not ever be a Palestinian state between the Jordan and the [Mediterranean] Sea," Bennett added.
Negotiating with which 'Palestinians' over what, then?

This will do wonders for the polling numbers of Eldad and Ben Ari (Otzma l'Yisrael) and might even help the Likud. 

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At 3:19 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

Is there a single party bringing up the concept of "counties"? And County Clerk offices to record and document things that now seem to be a madhouse? Of course, if the view is communal ownership of everything (is that what "center left" means?), then there will be an endless conflict and reduced achievement. Ugh.


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