Prime Minister Netanyahu warned his party in a closed session Monday that in the upcoming snap elections ‘nothing is guaranteed’ and right-wing Likud must “fight big time,” to maintain their majority government control.
“We will deal with large forces and we will have to mobilize large groups,” he continued. “Our test will be to enlist our supporters–to convince our public to vote for the Likud, not for anyone else and to come and vote. If we do, we will win.”
In the wake of the election announcement Monday, Netanyahu made a point to assure that the Israeli economy would remain stable. “I can not tell anyone who holds shares if you sell or stay. I am saying one thing: We will take care of the stability of the Israeli economy either way,” he told a closed part of the Likud party.
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