Centrist runner-up says he won't join new Israeli coalition

pbel

Gold Member
Joined
Feb 26, 2012
Messages
5,653
Reaction score
446
Points
130
Poetic Justice for racist Nut&Yahoo!!!

Centrist runner-up says he won t join new Israeli coalition - Yahoo News
JERUSALEM (AP) — The head of a center-left union that came in second in Israel's election said Thursday he would not join Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government, accusing him of rallying voters with racist remarks on election day.

Related Stories
  1. Israel's Netanyahu emerges with slight edge after tight race Associated Press
  2. Israel is voting today. Here are the very basics. Vox.com
  3. [$$] Netanyahu Seen Forming Israeli Coalition Easily The Wall Street Journal
  4. Netanyahu claims victory in Israel election after hard right shift Reuters
  5. Flagging as election looms, Netanyahu ramps up rhetoric Reuters
Isaac Herzog said his Zionist Union, which fell short of Netanyahu's Likud in Tuesday's vote, would sit in the opposition as a counterweight to the nationalist right-wing coalition the prime minister is poised to form.
 

P F Tinmore

Diamond Member
Joined
Dec 6, 2009
Messages
59,538
Reaction score
2,560
Points
1,815
Poetic Justice for racist Nut&Yahoo!!!

Centrist runner-up says he won t join new Israeli coalition - Yahoo News
JERUSALEM (AP) — The head of a center-left union that came in second in Israel's election said Thursday he would not join Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government, accusing him of rallying voters with racist remarks on election day.

Related Stories
  1. Israel's Netanyahu emerges with slight edge after tight race Associated Press
  2. Israel is voting today. Here are the very basics. Vox.com
  3. [$$] Netanyahu Seen Forming Israeli Coalition Easily The Wall Street Journal
  4. Netanyahu claims victory in Israel election after hard right shift Reuters
  5. Flagging as election looms, Netanyahu ramps up rhetoric Reuters
Isaac Herzog said his Zionist Union, which fell short of Netanyahu's Likud in Tuesday's vote, would sit in the opposition as a counterweight to the nationalist right-wing coalition the prime minister is poised to form.
Who is left? Where are they going to get the numbers?
 

Most reactions - Past 7 days

Forum List

Top