Friday, February 13, 2009

Ma’ariv: negotiations for a unity government without Lieberman


The Israeli daily Ma'ariv confirms today my analysis from yesterday that the logical consequence is that there will be a unity government consisting of Likud, Kadima and the "Labor" without Avigdor Lieberman and the ultra-orthodox (SHASS).

Ma'ariv: (Heb.)


Ma'ariv reports about high level negotiations and that there are several problems to be solved like the Likud's demand that Tzipi Livni will abandon her demand to be PM.

According to Ma'ariv there is a broad support for this step in all the three parties. It has to be remembered that generally speaking there are no real ideological differences between the three parties.

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