Likud mulls leadership primary against hostile bid to oust Netanyahu

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is considering testing his leadership of Likud by a primary election in the coming weeks. The party issued a statement on Thursday announcing that if this step was approved, it would be for the purpose of disabusing the illusions of rival parties that a Likud revolt would end Netanyahu’s leadership. It is this illusion which is the main obstacle to negotiations for a unity government,” the statement said.
Key Kachol Lavon leaders based their election campaign on demands for Netanyahu’s ouster and their takeover of government.

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6 thoughts on “Likud mulls leadership primary against hostile bid to oust Netanyahu

  • Oct 4, 2019 @ 2:16 at 2:16
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    We need a United Israel and Bibi is standing in the way of this. When Bibi is charged he will not be able to lead so he needs to go and make way for someone else.

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    • Oct 4, 2019 @ 18:28 at 18:28
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      Seems you know better than Rivlin ….
      The thing is this is not the time for clown works, before to fart again like that wait to see the Peace Plan.

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      • Oct 5, 2019 @ 0:30 at 0:30
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        Bibi is a pig of a man, and like a pig at the trough he gorges himself at our expense. One look at the fat litte man and you can see that he is all about the pork.

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  • Oct 4, 2019 @ 4:04 at 4:04
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    Security forces have fired live rounds on protesters in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad. At least 19 people have been killed in clashes between protesters and security forces. Iraq: 19 killed in Baghdad protesters shootings

    Iraq: 19 killed in Baghdad protesters shootings

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    • Oct 4, 2019 @ 17:27 at 17:27
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      35 civilians were killed by the nazi muslim pigs of allah

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