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    • MichaelNJ
    • 05.03.13 | 14:51 (IST)

    If Netanyahu is really willing to have a peace coalition that will also address social issues, he can always offer Yacimovich the premiership. That would certainly provide assurance to her that she would not just be signing on for a continuation of the status quo. If she fails to take advantage of the split that has developed among the parties of the right, and the new-found potential for support from the Haredi parties on the peace and social issues, she will have to share the blame when the settlement supporters and their enablers succeed in making the one-state solution, and all of the difficulties that will follow as a consequence, inevitable.

    from the article: Shelly Yacimovich is the ultra-Orthodox parties’ last hope
    First published 11:40 05.03.13 | Last updated 11:40 05.03.13
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