Sunday July 12, 2020

Corruption fatigue pushes Israeli voters to Netanyahu

Israel’s prime minister might have caved in after the avalanche of corruption investigations and resigned last week, but the Jewish nation is willing to recycle another leader previously tainted by scandal.

2nd August, 2008

Israel’s prime minister might have caved in after the avalanche of corruption investigations and resigned last week, but the Jewish nation is willing to recycle another leader previously tainted by scandal.

While Ehud Olmert’s decision to quit has plunged his nation and the Middle East deeper into turmoil, it has paved the way for the tough talking, hard-line right-wing Likud leader, Binyamin Netanyahu, to return to the helm.

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