Saturday October 10, 2015
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The Likud's rear-guard battle

MK Zeev Elkin was appointed to curb the leakage of votes from Likud to Bennett • Netanyahu is concerned by the fact that the wealthy and powerful are embracing Bennett, despite clearly belonging to the opposing political camp • The same people who supported Livni and Lapid, and urged Olmert to return, have now adopted Bennett • The question now is where will Bennett's loyalties lie: with the Right that voted for him or the people who supported him just for the damage he could do to Netanyahu.

Mati Tuchfeld

The enemy of my enemy is my friend: Well-heeled left-wingers are embracing Bennett in order to damage Netanyahu, the prime minister's supporters fear.
Photo credit: Yossi Zeliger
Labor Chairwoman Shelly Yachimovich says medium-income earners should pay less in taxes, but raised her party's membership tax by 50%.
Photo credit: Yossi Zeliger
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