Ehud Barak clearly pointed out that he's already been a member of Knesset with different portfolios as well as Prime Minister of Israel - and he doesn't necessarily want to be at the helm of the government. However, he should feel somewhat responsible for where we are today a) Camp David 2000 failure b) insisted Olmert resign from being PM c) stands out like a sore thumb compared to the other cabinet members d) supports PM Netanyahu who doesn't quite jive with policies of Labour party. Why should there always be dramatic differences between the type of leadership Israel elects when the options for a peaceful resolution with our adversaries are pretty clearly outlined in the Road Map?
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from the article: Like Netanyahu, Barak wants second shot as prime minister