Israel Political Brief February 15, 2013: Labor’s Shelly Yachimovich meets Benjamin Netanyahu, says will remain in opposition

ISRAEL POLITICAL BRIEF

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Yachimovich meets Netanyahu, says will remain in opposition

Source: The Times of Israel, 2-15-13

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday hosted Labor Party leader Shelly Yachimovich for coalition talks at his official residence, but Yachimovich reiterated her insistence that Labor would not join a Netanyahu government….READ MORE

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Israel Political Brief January 25, 2013: Shelly Yacimovich’s magnificent failure

ISRAEL POLITICAL BRIEF

ISRAEL POLITICAL BRIEF: ISRAEL NEWS

Yacimovich’s magnificent failure

Source: Haaretz, 1-25-13

Yacimovich’s magnificent failure. Shelly Yacimovich’s campaign was saturated with serious strategic errors stemming from her personality – but she’d never admit it….READ MORE

Israel Political Brief January 22, 2013: Shelly Yacimovich: The smell of revolution is in the air

ISRAEL POLITICAL BRIEF

ISRAEL POLITICAL BRIEF: ISRAEL NEWS

Yacimovich: The smell of revolution is in the air

Source: Jerusalem Post, 1-22-13

“The smell of revolution is in the air,” Labor leader Shelly Yacimovich said Tuesday in the final hours of Election Day….READ MORE

Israel Political Brief December 6, 2012: Elections 2013: Kadima crumbles, Labor emphasizes social issues and Likud still dominates

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ISRAEL POLITICAL BRIEF: ISRAEL NEWS

Kadima crumbles, Labor emphasizes social issues and Likud still dominates

Source: JTA, 12-6-12

Ahead of Israeli elections on Jan. 22, the political opposition to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has become more fragmented, and the focus of Likud’s primary rival has been more on social issues than security….READ MORE 

Israel Political Brief November 29, 2012: Labor Party members go to polls for primary

ISRAEL POLITICAL BRIEF

ISRAEL POLITICAL BRIEF: ISRAEL NEWS

 Party members go to polls for primary

Source: JTA, 11-29-12

Members of Israel’s Labor Party are going to the polls to elect a party Knesset list….READ MORE

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