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Netanyahu, Gantz eye PM rotation in unity government, Israeli kingmaker says

Reuters Monday, 23 September 2019
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his centrist rival Benny Gantz on Monday held their first formal talks since Israel's deadlocked election and a politician with the power to broker a deal said they could be nearer agreement on a unity government.
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his challenger Benny Gantz are negotiating. According to Reuters, they are reviewing Netanyahu’s idea of an Israeli unity government. Their main focus on the proposed deal is deciding who would lead it first if they rotate. Netanyahu was unable to beat Gantz,...

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