“I was a minister in Netanyahu’s government and know it’s impossible to create change from there.”
Those are the words of Avi Gabbay, the embattled leader of Israel’s rapidly-fading Labor Party.
But they could equally be the words of Yair Lapid, the leader of the main party of the political center Yesh Atid, or Tzipi Livni, of Hatnua, or Moshe Ya’alon, who’s heading a new centrist political party. They could be spoken by some on the political margins today (but with lingering ambitions) like former prime minister Ehud Barak
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