Recent Haaretz-Dialogue poll by Tel Aviv University doesn't indicate that PM Netanyahu would be tossed anytime soon.... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Smadar
    • 31.07.11 | 03:37 (IDT)

    In fact, the poll indicated that if an election were held now, once again producing a short-lived Israeli government, Netanyahu would be able to formulate a ditto government. So what's the point? However PM Netanyahu would have to respond to the housing crisis and alleviate the socioeconomic disparities, any other Israeli government would have to do the same. Now, it's another question when it comes to making peace with the Arabs and Palestinians - we don't really know his peace negotiation platform. A few years ago there were those who were delighted to rid of Kadima, a centrist party, which has only caused a diplomatic impasse unfortunately. There are only so many ways to dance the tango - it becomes repetitive despite the partnerships!

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    First published 01:32 31.07.11 | Last updated 01:32 31.07.11
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