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By :master of astrology k.sunil

The coming up election which is going to be held in ISRAEL on 2013 January 22 Tuesday. who is the next prim minister in Israel. The whole world looking for this. WE can see there is a big competition among the candidates give many hopes and promises to the people in Israel. The oldest theory of astrology, the result of the election cannot be predicated but in this letter.
I try to give an assumption of the election the theory of Krisnamurthi methods very popular among Asian countries but in European countries solar fire Williaks is popular according to the solar fire Williaks system. On that day the sun rises at about 6.00 clock a.m and depending on that with an experiments the candidate who comes from BANJAMIN NETANYAHU (LIKUD PARTY)candidate ascendent is aries, Nomination and firs election campaingn date also effect to the win of the each candidate ascendent. The election date Mr. BANJAMIN NETHNYAHU planet sun. Lucky at their candidate areis assessments number 01 and sun more powerful .The election day the according to the elevation of Latiude and Magnitude sign the well get more vote and be ask the next prime minister MR. BANJAMIN
NETHNYAHU in israel elected surly. wish all the best
++++ master of astrology K.SUNIL-GALBODA-WATURUGAMA - SRI LANKA

By :Ishaque

Labors act of political stupidity paves the way for extremist Israeli government
Yacimovich gave up little, as chances that she would enter a Netanyahu coalition were slim. He would be satisfied with Yesh Atids Yair Lapid as his moderate fig leaf.
With 18 days to go until the election, it turns out our politicians still have rabbits to pull out of their hats.

One was pulled out on Thursday by Labor Party chairwoman Shelly Yacimovich, who did a giant about-face and announced that her party won sit in a government led by Benjamin Netanyahu. The woman who until now had vehemently refused to make such a pledge, terming it "political stupidity," on Thursday espoused the opposite position with equal vehemence.

Thats how it is: Lose four or five seats in the polls and stupidity suddenly becomes beneficial.

Yacimovich chose to sacrifice her personal credibility in an effort - some might say a desperate one - to stanch the loss of votes from her party. Her winking at the right, the settlers and the ultra-Orthodox has exhausted its usefulness: She won get any more votes from there. Meanwhile, she is losing traditional Labor voters who can abide her diplomatic positions and her flagrant disinterest in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Practically speaking, Yacimovich gave up little on Thursday: The chances that she would sit in a Netanyahu government were always slim. Netanyahu doesn like her radical socialism; he would prefer Yesh Atids Yair Lapid as his moderate fig leaf.

Netanyahus problem is that Yacimovichs move has tied Lapids hands. Immediately after she made her announcement, he attacked her for "giving up the fight." But a few hours later, he made his own U-turn, writing on his Facebook page that "its clear" he won join a government "of Shas and the extreme right."

It may be clear, but the fact is that until Thursday, he didn say it.

If Lapid sticks to his guns and refuses to join the government unless either Shas or Habayit Hayehudi is left outside, no one should envy Netanyahu. Granted, thats exactly what he did in 2009, leaving out National Union and bringing in Labor.

But National Union had four seats. Polls show Habayit Hayehudi approaching 15. Leaving it out would be much harder - and the same goes for the ultra-Orthodox parties.

The one who hasn yet ruled out joining his government is Hatnuah chairwoman Tzipi Livni. But she would clearly have trouble doing so - especially if Yacimovich and Lapid are both outside attacking her mercilessly.

Thus while its too soon to predict the makeup of the next government, the chances that Netanyahu will find himself come February heading an extremist right-wing/ultra-Orthodox government definitely grew on Thursday. Knowing Netanyahu, he is undoubtedly not sleeping well right now.

As an aside, all this once again shows how unserious our politics are.

A month ago, Amir Peretz deserted Labor for Hatnuah, in part, he claimed, because Yacimovich refused to promise not to join a Netanyahu government. Now, Livni is the one refusing to promise - but he, number three on her list, is swearing fealty to her. And so is her number two, Amram Mitzna - that same self-declared leftist who, in 2003, vowed not to sit in Ariel Sharons government if it wouldn promise to evacuate settlements. [2]

By :Ibrahaam

Early parliamentary elections will be held in Israel on 22 January 2013 to elect the 19th Knesset. Originally, public debate over the Tal Law nearly led to an early election in 2012, but this was aborted at the last moment after Kadima briefly joined the government. The elections were later called in early October 2012 after failure to agree on the budget for 2013. [3]

By :Ben Moscovitch

Bibis Gamble to Keep Power
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu proposed a sweeping economic package late last week to appease criticisms that his government assists the rich more than the struggling middle class, although the reforms really represent his effort to retain power after the next round of elections that will be held in 2013 at the latest.
The recent uprisings throughout the Arab world demonstrate constituents’ power to overthrow their leaders, reinforcing to Netanyahu that he must quash criticisms from Kadima and a possible future Israeli social left that he is in the pockets of big business and the rich.
The economic reforms — which raise the minimum wage by over 10 percent and lower taxes on the low-middle class — were announced after repeated condemnation by Kadima leader Tzipi Livni and aspiring Labor chief Isaac Herzog over the past few weeks, including their high profile remarks at the Herzliya Conference.
Netanyahu is well aware that Livni’s Kadima — not his own Likud — won the 2009 elections and that Labor could successfully reposition itself as the party of the people to rise from the ashes of its Ehud Barak-led evisceration.
This proposed economic package has much broader implications than merely quashing threatened worker strikes — its the launch of Netanyahu’s campaign to retain the seat of power once elections are held, currently slated for 2013, although they might be called earlier.
The economy — and not the peace process or Middle East stability — will be the issue at hand for the next round of elections, and Netanyahu is well aware of that fact. Israelis are jaded by the repeatedly stalled negotiations with Palestinians, content with the status quo that has seen minimal terror attacks in the last year. Both Hezbollah and Hamas acknowledge that a future Israeli attack will result in their movements’ complete annihilation, therefore they are wary of launching rockets at their Jewish neighbors.
Conversely, the economy is at the forefront of Israelis’ daily life. Economic indicators suggest that Israeli exports are strong and the large firms’ profits are booming. Meanwhile, restaurants are half empty and Israeli’s debate whether to water their plants, buy that new car or purchase goods that they would have hastily put in their homes before Netanyahu’s rise to power.
Israelis are not going hungry, but the middle class has felt the squeeze in recent years even though the corporations and upper class are watching their bankrolls grow.
Netanyahu is certainly a shrewd politician, attune to the concerns of the masses, who are losing confidence in their Knesset-selected — not popularly-elected — leader because of their perception that he is for the rich at the expense of the poor.
Don’t be mistaken — posturing for the next round of elections is at hand, and it will most certainly focus on the economy and not perpetually disappointing peace negotiations. Kadima and the nearly-decimated Israeli left should take note. [4]

References :

[1] - Sorry, not provided

[2] - http://www.haaretz.com/news/israeli-elections-2013/israeli-elections-news-features/labor-s-act-of-political-stupidity-paves-the-way-for-extremist-israeli-government.premium-1.491805

[3] - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israeli_legislative_election,_2013

[4] - http://foreignpolicyblogs.com/2011/02/15/bibis-gamble-to-keep-power/


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