Former Prime Minister Ehud Barak hinted that he is getting ready to rejoin politics ahead of the upcoming elections in April in what would be his first return to the political scene since his retirement in 2013.
Speaking to the 103FM radio station, Barak said that only a broad center-left bloc would draw enough votes to end Prime Minister Netanyahu’s decade-long stint as Israel’s highest elected official.
“For months I have been in contact with anyone who can be part of a center-left connection,” said Barak. “Tthe only way (forward) is to replace the prime minister by creating a bloc that includes Tzipi [Livni], [Benny] Ganz, Bogie [Ya’alon], [Avi] Gabbay, Dan Meridor and if there is a need than me as well.”
“We need a bloc in order to bring about the change,” said Barak.
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