Likud

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Likud

(lɪˈkuːd)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a political coalition in Israel formed in the 1970s from an alliance of right-of-centre parties
[Hebrew: consolidation]

Likud

An Israeli right-wing political alliance winning elections in 1977, 1988.
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Among the supporters of the Likud party headed by Netanyahu, 68 percent were in favor of the Prime Minister's resignation, while 19 percent spoke against it.
RAMALLAH, January 2, 2018 (WAFA) - The Palestinian National Council (PNC), the Palestinian parliament in exile, said on Monday that the decision of the Israeli ruling Likud Party to impose Israeli law on the illegal West Bank settlements is an open war against the Palestinian people and their inalienable rights.
The Palestinians condemned the decision and accused Trump of emboldening the Likud Party.
Members of the Likud party andKulanu partyare working on getting the KnessetLegislation Committee approval to the law which calls for imprisonment of activists of the international boycott campaign.
The "Liberals in the Likud" is a faction of Likud members within the Likud Party, that promotes individual freedom and free markets.
MK Oren Hazan of the Likud party is in hot water once again.
Opinion polls conducted on the eve of elections showed Netanyahu's conservative Likud party trailing behind his main challenger, the center-left Zionist Union.
In its first public response to Mr Netanyahu's triumph in the election, the spokesman said the White House was "deeply concerned" about divisive language emanating from Mr Netanyahu's Likud Party.
RAMALLAH, March 17 (KUNA) -- Israel's Channel Two exit polls gave the Likud Party, led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, 28 seats in the Knesset while the Zionist Union came second with 27 seats.
This was despite TV exit polls suggesting his Likud party had finished in a virtual tie with the left-of-centre Zionist Union.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has been re-elected as head of his conservative Likud party as he gets ready for early elections in March.
JERUSALEM -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won the backing of his hard-line Likud party in its primary and will lead it into general elections this March, Israeli media reported Thursday.