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    • 19.03.13 | 12:56 (IST)

    Cos Bibi Netanyahu is not leader of Likud-Israel Beiteinu and neither is Avigdor Lieberman: so, Bibi cannot have decided alone to enter a new Israeli Government without Avigdor Lieberman: is impossible as Likud- Israel Beiteinu is a party by2heads: Lieberman is either in or out. BUT if Avigdor Lieberman is out than Bbi Netanyahu and Likud also are out as the one cannot have entere coalition with the other: as thus Israeli's Government depends on Court Decision: to know there is one or NOT.

    from the article: Israel's foreign ministry will pay the price for Netanyahu's surrender to Lieberman and Likud MKs
    First published 08:41 19.03.13 | Last updated 04:43 19.03.13
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