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Bennett and His Partners Had One Job. They Failed Spectacularly

Health Minister Horowitz didn't learn a lesson from Bennett's flop with Silman ■ Apart from the Knesset, Bennett's troubles lie in wait inside his office

Yossi Verter
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After the powerful shakeup the coalition experienced when its whip, MK Idit Silman, bolted, the party leaders assumed that the first two weeks of the Knesset summer session would decide the fate of the government.

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