As usual Yaacov - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • ash
    • 15.04.05 | 17:16 (IDT)

    As usual Yaacov paints half a picture and states oh look at this uselss picture. If you told the whole picture it would be a complete retort of what you said. In the last elections the public were given two clear choices, unilateral disengagement by the labour party and not to do so by Likud(not sharon, we stopped direct elections, you vote for a party....youve been out of the country too long). The people overwhelmingly voted aginst the labour line, pure and simple. Sharon and the Likud had a mandate clearly given by the people to carry out the likud platform, if he wanted to change it he had to go back to the party. He did so and they said no, he ignored this. A referendum or new elections is the correct way to proceed. And it is utter rot that it is a stalling tactic, it could have been done by now and still could be done by the disengagement date.

    from the article: Who does not know how to ask?
    First published 00:00 14.04.05 | Last updated 00:00 14.04.05
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