Freitag, 26. Februar 2010

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"Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s political adviser Shalom Shlomo met individually with several Kadima MKs this week, in an effort to persuade them to leave their party, Likud and Kadima sources said on Thursday.
Army Radio revealed on Thursday morning that Netanyahu had met the day before with Kadima faction chairwoman Dalia Itzik and discussed the possibility of Kadima or part of it joining the coalition. But Itzik later said that in the meeting, she told Netanyahu to stop trying to break up her party.
Kadima leader Tzipi Livni expressed hope that the rebellions in her party had ended, but she said she knew the prime minister would continue trying to split Kadima."










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