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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A secret deal between Likud party and Yisrael Beiteinu party in the Knesset was today exposed.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Member of Hamas Political Bureau Izzat al-Resheq warned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu along with his Likud party of drafting or enforcing new laws against the Aqsa Mosque.
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.
This was despite TV exit polls suggesting his Likud party had finished in a virtual tie with the left-of-centre Zionist Union.
Likud Party won 30 seats, while Zionist Union Party gained 24, United Arab List got 14, and the remaining seats were taken by smaller parties, Radio Israel said on Wednesday.
Polls predict a tight race between the Likud party of current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the center-left Zionist Union party led by Isaac Herzog.
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.
Copies of the coalition agreements published by Netanyahu's Likud party said Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid would be finance minister and that his party, which has 19 seats in parliament, would also take the education, social services, health, and science and technology portfolios.
This is the highest turnout we've had in ten years," said Jonny Daniels, a political consultant for the right-wing Likud party, which is projected to keep its plurality in the Knesset, although Daniels said that it was hard to tell how big that would be.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party is set to win a parliamentary election on January 22 although the popularity of a far-right party opposed to Palestinian statehood is growing, polls showed on Friday.
RAMALLAH, October 30, 2012 (WAFA) -- The Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) Tuesday criticized in a statement the new Israeli alliance between the ruling Likud Party of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the extreme right-wing Israel Beitainu, headed by Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman.