Analysis Netanyahu's Partners Are Blackmailing Him – and a New Election Won't Save Him | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Analysis Netanyahu's Partners Are Blackmailing Him – and a New Election Won't Save Him

In the 2003 election, Likud under Ariel Sharon won 38 seats in the Knesset, which grew to 40 following a merger with Natan Sharansky’s party. Sharon made a point of meeting with the leaders of all the parties, including the Arab ones, while he was forming his coalition. That was his way of sending the message that the election campaign was over, the mudslinging was a thing of the past and he was now the prime minister of all Israelis. My door will always be open, he promised the party leaders, I’ll always be happy to meet and talk. And he was as good as his word, until the day he collapsed, in 2006.

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