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Reader comment on item: Netanyahu as Prime Minister - Déjà Vu?

Submitted by David (Switzerland), Mar 11, 2009 at 10:52

Most of Kadima's members are former Likudniks, so to say that Kadima is left wing is wrong.

I am a bit surprised by Bibi myself wanting to also form a coalition with Labour - because at the beginning I saw a great opportunity to finally get rid of the religious and leftwing influence - both parties propose and are in favour of a huge welfare state - by forming a coalition between Likud, Kadima and Israel our Home.


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