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By HAGAY HACOHEN
By GIL HOFFMAN
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Was he at the Munich Security Conference for political gain? Of course. Benny Gantz is a politician now, but he's just getting his start in politics and international diplomacy.
"There needed to be one bloc to bring about a political upheaval, but it didn’t happen," said Livni. "I worked for the joining of forces. This time, it didn’t work."
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
Netanyahu and Gantz accuse each other of being weak on terror, while Labor mocks Likud for its primary election discrepancies.
Likud's primary went all but smooth, after the counting of votes took almost 24 hours and once completed, accusations of vote manipulation surfaced.
The clip, criticizing Gantz of having leftist political views, ends with the statement that left is weak and right is strong.
Nissenkorn said he is leaving his post “with a heavy heart,” but said his priorities will remain the same.
By URI BOLLAG
Speaking at a conference on Tuesday, Labor head Avi Gabbay stated that the Labor party will work to legalize public transportation in Israel.
The parties will alternate seats on the list, with Bayit Yehudi getting the odd numbers and National Union the even.
By EYTAN HALON
Zandberg will lead the party into a Knesset election for the first time in April after she won Meretz's first leadership primary in March 2018.
The candidate list represents a diverse makeup of Israel's demography, including public servants, and leaders and activists in different fields.
Meanwhile, Yesh Atid Chairman Yair Lapid returned to his roots on Thursday by releasing a campaign advertisement focusing on the haredim (ultra-Orthodox).
The poll found right-wing voters consider Gantz’s party left-wing, while left-wing voters and voters of the party are divided over whether to classify the party as left- or right-wing
Otzma Yehudit candidate called for all Jews, even left-wing ones, to make aliyah. He also called most Arabs "enemies of Israel."
By ZACK EVANS
Survey: Many right-wing parties would not pass the Knesset threshold if elections were to be held today.
Partial recount of primary votes after court order could change results of regional representatives.
"The left-wing party of Israel will choose tomorrow the left-wing list for the Knesset," party Chairwoman Tamar Zandberg ahead of the primary.
Yishai's activists sparked a storm in the political arena by publicizing ads for Yishai on social media urging voters to vote for Yachad "in order that there shouldn't be a child with two fathers."
By HAGAY HACOHEN
In the video, viewers are asked to look at Arafat Irfaiya, the alleged killer of 19 year old Ori Ansbacher, and those who vote against the death penalty.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Mandelblit says all relevant witnesses have been interviewed.
Meanwhile Labor chairman Gabbay and MK Cabel clash behind closed doors.
By LAHAV HARKOV,SARA RUBENSTEIN
Motti Yogev, second on the party's list, said Bennett "raped" the party by leaving to start his New Right party.
The Elections Committee legal advisor forbade Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from using pictures of himself with members of the IDF in his election propaganda campaign.
By TZVI JOFFRE
A countdown to the elections is prominently displayed for those who want to keep track.
"Israel is a home for all Jews, but we respect those who choose to live in the Diaspora," Shaked says.
Gabbay undecided on adding star, vows to help nemesis.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
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By SARA RUBENSTEIN
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
By TAMAR BEERI
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