Likud officials have received information that the premier will be charged within four days and seek to stage a mass protest in front of the attorney general's home
Chaim Levinson is Haaretz's Political Correspondent. He is contributor of 12 Channel, the parliament Channel and 103 FM Radio. He teaches New Media and Politics in Hadassah Academic College, Jerusalem. Previously, he was Haaretz settlements Correspodent and Yedioth Ahoronot correspondent for Religious Affairs and the Orthodox communities. Levinson has a B.A. in Social and Humanities Studies at the Open University and a M.A. in Interdisciplinary Democracy Studies.
Meeting between Gantz and kingmaker Avigdor Lieberman reported due to situation in Gaza, with one week to go before deadline to form government
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Netanyahu surprisingly brings back into the fold two former ministers he had sacked as his concerns grow that they will unite with rival Benny Gantz
The Hayamin Hehadash chair, who Netanyahu fired ahead of September's election, says he was also proposed a spot on the security cabinet
Gantz also criticizes government's response to Friday's aggression, saying a government lead by him 'will not suffer the threat to residents of the south'
Regulations approved by Justice Ministry say a body that receives money for farming volunteers cannot also receive money from Education Ministry
Kahol Lavan chairman reportedly not working toward minority government and plans to meet with the heads of all parties
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After the president tasked Netanyahu with forming a government, another election seems inescapable, but it's hard to imagine the prime minister giving up chance to form government that easily
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First meeting since Netanyahu was tapped to form a government ends with no progress, Likud, Kahol Lavan say
Netanyahu accepted the presidential offer that would see him keep the prime minister title in principle, but lose all powers to Gantz if indicted
Israel Election Results: Rivlin Stalls Decision on Who Forms Government as Gantz, Netanyahu Teams Begin Unity Talks
Negotiations teams representing Likud and Kahol Lavan convened a day after the party leaders met, in what President Rivlin described as 'a significant step'
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Still, Srulik Einhorn says he believes the prime minister will be able to form another governing coalition
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Though warned in advance, PM illegally gave two interviews on Election Day ■ Facebook suspends official Netanyahu page's chatbot until polls close Tuesday night
Netanyahu's national security adviser met Central Election Committee chief to prepare for delaying election in light of Gaza military operation
Netanyahu's party records messages to be sent on Election Day claiming high voter turnout among Arabs and leftists: 'You must leave the house, you can't be complacent'
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Joint Arab slate fears provocation at polling stations on Election Day ■ Likud Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon reportedly intends to retire from politics after September 17
Netanyahu denies he wrote or approved the message, which called on voters to cast their ballot for Likud and not 'a secular left-wing weak government that relies on Arabs'
With Election Day two weeks away, Haredi parties appeal for votes from the non-Orthodox, centrists try to sway the left and the Joint List still hasn't figured out a strategy
Unsubstantiated speculation that voting fraud in April election allowed Balad to pass electoral threshold - and prevented right-wing bloc from having 61 Knesset seats - has been shared hundreds of times on social media
Realizing difficulty of getting voters to switch blocs, Likud hires activists to visit areas with high right-wing voter turnout. Media attacks are also part of the strategy
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