(Worthy News) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is weighing a suggestion by Likud minister Haim Katz to hold the Likud leadership vote in a year, signaling the premier is retreating from the prospect of flash primaries, an idea floated earlier on Thursday and met with a challenge by rival Gideon Sa’ar.
According to Katz’s proposal, the Likud Central Committee would convene next week and schedule the leadership primary for a year from now, while publicly backing Netanyahu for prime minister in the coalition negotiations, according to Hebrew-language reports. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More...) ]
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