Analysis || Netanyahu's hollow, aborted gimmick reveals Likud-Beiteinu's utter panic
Whether the PM's attempt to appeal to voters on lower housing costs at last minute works or not, this campaign is all about him, as especially evident by a recent ad featuring his family, not his party members.
Eighteen days before the 2003 election, when Likud was losing seats in the opinion polls, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon called an urgent press conference to respond to reports alleging corruption on his part. While Sharon was speaking live, mainly excoriating the Labor Party, the chairman of the Central Election Committee, High Court Justice Mishael Cheshin, ordered the broadcast interrupted because it contravened...
Like us on Facebook and get articles directly in your news feed
based on recent polls (average)