Israel’s Netanyahu Fails to Bring Moderates into Coalition

Two weeks after Israeli elections, negotiations on forming a moderate national unity government have failed to achieve a breakthrough.
Israel’s hawkish Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu met with his moderate rival, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, but failed to persuade her to bring her Kadima party into a government headed by him. Livni, who has served as chief negotiator with the Palestinians, said Mr. Netanyahu refused to endorse the principle of “two states for two peoples.”


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