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Israel's president floats unity government between Netanyahu and Gantz

Reuters Sunday, 22 September 2019
Israel's president on Sunday began consulting with party leaders to discuss who should lead the country after no clear victor emerged from last week's election, suggesting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud join forces with its main rival.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a surprise unity government offer to his rival Benny Gantz after failing to win a majority in Tuesday's election. But the answer was 'no thanks', leaving him looking vulnerable. Lucy Fielder reports.

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