Early elections should help Bibi

Pollak, Suzanne
October 2012
Washington Jewish Week;10/18/2012, Vol. 48 Issue 42, p12
The article discusses the political developments in Israel. It cites the move by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to call for early elections, which is considered as a strategy to ensure his reelection. The opinions of the Zionist Organization of America national president Mort Klein and Israeli Meretz party member Uri Zaki on the developments are also cited.


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