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  Netanyahu edges towards coalition deal  Jerusalem: Likud Party leader has picked up tentative support that could give him the inside track on forming a coalition government and becoming PM   Netanyahu: Time for 4 ministers to quit  Jerusalem: 4 Cabinet ministers from Likud Party have been told to submit their resignations ahead of March elections Likud picked Netanyahu as its new leader
  Benjamin Netanyahu agrees coalition deal  Jerusalem: The agreement, seven weeks after his Likud party won the election, came just before a deadline for the formation of an administration Israel MPs elect Rivlin as president  Jerusalem: The Israeli parliament has elected veteran Likud lawmaker Reuven Rivlin as the country's next president. He will succeed Shimon Peres, 90 Former Israeli Prime Minister Shamir dies  Yitzhak Shamir has died at the age of 96. As leader of the right-wing Likud party, Mr Shamir was prime minister between 1983-1984, and in 19...   Netanyahu picked to form government


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  Jerusalem: President Shimon Peres: Benjamin Netanyahu, the head of the conservative Likud Party, has been chosen to form Israel's next government
 Netanyahu said Israel faced the global economic crisis and what he said was Iran's wish to obtain nuclear weapons. Tzipi Livni, leader of the centrist Kadima, has suggested she would rather be in opposition
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  Jerusalem: Likud Party picked the former Prime Minister, setting the stage for him to run against Sharon in March

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  Jerusalem: Prime Minister is set to quit his ruling party and run separately in next year's elections
Sep.26     Sharon fends off leadership poll
  Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister has narrowly defeated a move to challenge of the Likud by holding an early election
Aug.30   Netanyahu to challenge Sharon leadership  Jerusalem: The former finance minister will challenge Prime Minister for the Likud party leadership

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Aug.18     Sharon bid for coalition fails  Jerusalem: Prime Minister's Likud Party has rejected his request to form a new coalition with the rival Labor Party to back his Gaza plan May.2   Likud voted against withdrawal from Gaza
  Jerusalem: Prime minister's plan fails to win party support. Sharon has said failure could lead to new elections

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Jan.28   Sharon wins election, calls for unity
  Jerusalem: Prime Minister has hailed Likud Party's triumph as 'historic' and said he will seek to create a broad-based government
  Sharon tipped to win poll  Jerusalem: Likud party appears set for a convincing victory but has the challenge of forming a stable government Jan.26   Likud plead for more support  Jerusalem: Officials from Sharon's party afraid they won't win convincingly enough Jan.23   Sharon's Likud party expected to win  Jerusalem: New polls show Sharon could face a daunting dilemma in forming a new government Jan.13   Polls: Sharon, Likud bouncing back  Jerusalem: Likud would win as many as 32 seats in the 120-member Knesset. The number is up from 27 seats

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Dec.31   Minister fired in vote-buying scandal  Jerusalem: Sharon fired his deputy infrastructure minister Naomi Blumenthal to quiet a scandal that has rocked his Likud party Dec.9   Netanyahu wins key consolation prize  Jerusalem: Foreign Minister was able to place 10 of his supporters among the Likud party's top 31 candidates for seats in Knesset Nov.28   Sharon wins Likud Leadership Vote
  Jerusalem: Prime Minister defeated Foreign Minister Netanyahu for control of the Likud party in a primary election May.12   Sharon loses Likud vote  Jerusalem: Prime Minister has lost a key vote in the central committee of his party over whether to allow a future Palestinian state

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Jul.22 Sharon Likud rebuffs critics Feb.26   Labor Party to join Likud coalition
  Party voted to join with Sharon to form a unity government. Peres to be foreign minister Feb.12 Likud, Labor head for agreement Jan.28   Sharon calls peace talks a ploy
  Likud PM candidate is dismissing Israeli-Palestinian peace talks as a failed campaign ploy by a desperate Barak


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