Benny Gantz and the Israeli Left & # 39; s Fight to Oust Netanyahu

  • published: January 31, 2019
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DAILY DOSE Can Israel Resilience Group leader and former IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz win the 2019 elections? Member of the Israeli parliament Ksenia Svetlova discusses with host Ayman Sikseck.

Story:

Israelis who support the former IDF chief Benny Gantz have reason to party on Wednesday morning after a new poll revealed after his first campaign speech that his Hosen L & # 39; Israel party (Israel Resilience) had 19 seats in the parliament of Israel would fill if elections were held today.

Last week, when Gantz continued its strategy of keeping silent on the details of its campaign platform, a poll from Army Radio Israel Resilience placed in 13 places, against 33 for Likud.

According to the Walla! News poll, Netanyahu & # 39; s statement Likud lost four places after Gantz officially launched his campaign on a demonstration in Tel Aviv on Tuesday evening.

The jump in the polls to the main challenger of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is partly attributed to his newly announced cooperation with former IDF chief and Minister of Defense Moshe Ya & al.

Hours before the launch of the campaign, the two former heads of the Israeli forces announced that they would run together on a joint list at the April 9 elections in Israel.

According to reports, the merger Ya & # 39; alon & # 39; s Telem party would get the second, fifth and eighth seats on the joint list with Gantz – a generous offer as recent polls had not predicted that the party in parliament seats would earn with an independent run. Although the position of Ya & # 39; alon has not always been strong, the former defense minister brings veteran political experience and raises the position of Gantz on the second …

Benny Gantz and the Israeli Left & # 39; s Fight to Oust Netanyahu

  • published: January 31, 2019
  • views: 763

DAILY DOSE Can Israel Resilience Group leader and former IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz win the 2019 elections? Member of the Israeli parliament Ksenia Svetlova discusses with host Ayman Sikseck.

Story:

Israelis who support the former IDF chief Benny Gantz have reason to party on Wednesday morning after a new poll revealed after his first campaign speech that his Hosen L & # 39; Israel party (Israel Resilience) had 19 seats in the parliament of Israel would fill if elections were held today.

Last week, when Gantz continued its strategy of keeping silent on the details of its campaign platform, a poll from Army Radio Israel Resilience placed in 13 places, against 33 for Likud.

According to the Walla! News poll, Netanyahu & # 39; s statement Likud lost four places after Gantz officially launched his campaign on a demonstration in Tel Aviv on Tuesday evening.

The jump in the polls to the main challenger of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is partly attributed to his newly announced cooperation with former IDF chief and Minister of Defense Moshe Ya & al.

Hours before the launch of the campaign, the two former heads of the Israeli forces announced that they would run together on a joint list at the April 9 elections in Israel.

According to reports, the merger Ya & # 39; alon & # 39; s Telem party would get the second, fifth and eighth seats on the joint list with Gantz – a generous offer as recent polls had not predicted that the party in parliament seats would earn with an independent run. Although the position of Ya & # 39; alon has not always been strong, the former defense minister brings veteran political experience and raises the position of Gantz on the second …