A Post Election Perspective

Mehlman, William
February 2013
Outpost;Feb2013, Issue 262, p2
The article offers the author's perspective regarding the national election in Israel on September 4, 2012. The author talks about the prediction of Smith Research, a polling organization in the country, that Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party, will dominate the election. He also tackles his collaboration with Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid to create a governing coalition.


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