Kahlon's Knesset musings
The circumstantial evidence indicates that Kahlon's retirement, flattering surveys and the possibility of his heading a 'social' party are no more than a political ploy.
Common sense and public opinion polls are at a loss to explain what drove Benjamin Netanyahu to unite Likud with Yisrael Beiteinu. But you don't have to be a political whiz like Arthur Finkelstein to understand what the prime minister has to gain by separating Moshe Kahlon from Likud and fielding him at the head of a "social" party.
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