Sunday October 4, 2015
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Likud accuses Peres of working to build leftist coalition

Sources claim the Israeli president is doing everything in his power to help the Left form the next government Claim comes after Hatnuah leader Tzipi Livni meets Peres and calls on other center-left parties to unite Peres officials: The president does not interfere in elections.

Mati Tuchfeld, Yori Yalon, Avi Cohen, Shlomo Cesana and Daniel Siryoti

Yachimovich and Lapid share a kiss on Channel 2 Saturday night.
Photo credit: Channel 2
I want to ride my bicycle: Shelly Yachimovich on Friday.
Photo credit: sodavideo
Tzipi Livni and the Green Movement's Alon Tal on at the Tel Aviv Port on Friday.
Photo credit: Roni Shutzer
Sources in the Likud accuse President Shimon Peres of acting outside his role and attempting to unite the Left.
Photo credit: AP
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