LISTEN: Is Bibi Weighing the 'Nixon Option' After Election Failure?

Avigdor Lieberman and the unified Arab party hold all the cards, as coalition horse-trading begins, and the PM reportedly mulls resignation-for-immunity deal. LISTEN FREE

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An Israeli Arab woman casts her vote in Kfar Manda, in the September 17th Knesset election.
An Israeli Arab woman casts her vote in Kfar Manda, in the September 17th Knesset election.Credit: AP / Ariel Schalit
Haaretz Weekly podcast.
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Haaretz Weekly Ep. 41Credit: Haaretz

Host Simon Spungin is joined by Allison Kaplan Sommer and Judy Maltz for a post-election discussion about voter turnout, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's mistakes and whether the newly invigorated Arab parties can play a role in forming the next Israeli government.

We also ask whether Netanyahu is seriously considering the 'Nixon option' - agreeing to resign from office in exchange for promise that he won't be indicted for graft.

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