Hello Danite #48; on Peretz - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ben Gurion
    • 12.11.05 | 03:13 (IST)

    Hi Danite, My posts have been censored heavily yesterday and this morning (where none survived!). My answer to you lost out to the censor's eraser. Peretz is a great new hope. He is a real man of labor and will energize the Labor party which lost the essense of its ideology. Would Peretz become PM now? Very unlikely. He may not even survive as Labor chief after the coming elections because he has dictatorial tendencies in his own right and his colleagues may use this against him. Within 14 months after an election defeat, Labor is required to run a new race for Leader. The old one may get reelected, but can also be replaced. I would actually like to see Beilin return to Labor and be eligible to run for leader. If this happens, Beilin is smart enough to keep Peretz as a major presence, although not as party leader. For all this to happen so that the discredited Generals do not win in a counterattack, Beilin should be returned to Labor NOW. There simply is no other time. Hide him under the rug if necessary (which I don't believe it is), but bring him back now. Regards, BG

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    First published 00:00 11.11.05 | Last updated 00:00 11.11.05
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