no secular reforms with UTJ instead of Likud. the question is of the affordability of any withdrawal, if it's too costly buying in coalition allies. Kadima negotiate with Abbas/PLO while Hamas is in government helping to normalise this "political party" (without any concessions from them). They gain no result - right of return negates any peace and Palestinians won't validate any partial withdrawal. As to any Israeli agreed (how wide) extra to 67 new occupation position. Are they then year or two's time in any position to afford withdrawal, if the coalition costs weaken the economy? Late 2008 will there be any US position (leaving Iraq - budget debates - new President) on and any aid for withdrawal costs? Is it a coalition which will only talk of withdrawal? With no real move forward. Good diplomacy PR, but occupation trapped?
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