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Posted by on Jan 23, 2013 in International, Politics | 2 comments

Netanyahu Leads Israel Vote, but Centrists Win Big

Netanyahu leads Israel vote, but centrists win big (via AFP)

Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu Wednesday emerged from hard-fought elections weakened but still best placed to form a new government and likely to reach out to centrist parties strengthened by the vote. In results that defied expectations, the centrist Yesh Atid became Israel’s second strongest…

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  • The_Ohioan

    This is a pleasant surprise. Go centerists – all over the world.

  • clarkma5

    I’m disappointed Netanyahu is still in the picture, but glad to see that his political power has been reduced by a centrist and center-left groups. Also, reading about the Israeli elections and the broad representation and number of parties that are being incorporated and I think that that must be a much better way to have a representative democracy and makes me wish that the US had a parliamentary system of its own.

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