Israeli PM Netanyahu needs more time to form government

March 2013
Political Intelligence Briefing;3/5/2013, p29
The article focuses on the difficulty faced by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in forming a new coalition government after the general elections on January 22, 2013. It mentions that the right-wing Likud-Beitenu alliance has lost overall support despite winning most of the seats in the elections. It says that the upsurge of center-left will probably affect the creation of a right-wing coalition government in the country.


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