Long-time Likud stalwart says Likud presence in Olmert government tantamount to supporting 'policies of the left'.
Praises decision to make Olmert acting prime minister, says he will offer him all the help he needs.
As the Prime Minister fights for his life, the feeling is that even without him, Kadima will not crumble. Its rivals may call it a 'one-man party,' but it?s no more a one-man party than Peretz's Labor or Netanyahu's Likud.
According to Haaretz-Dialog poll, Likud holds steady with 14 seats, Meretz-Yahad drops to three seats.
Haaretz-Dialog-Channel 10 survey reveals that Labor has lost the most votes in the past month.
Central Committee members polled say Yehiel Hazan first choice to be voted off list of Knesset candidates.