Moshe Kahlon to Form New Political Party in 2017MK said to be forming new Center-Left party, a la Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid.
PA Hopes to Talk Peace with LapidThe Palestinian Authority is hoping that Yair Lapid’s achievement in this week’s election will lead to the resumption of peace negotiations.
Livni Repeats Calls for Unity, Labor RespondsLivni has not yet given up on her hopes of forming a united front to rival Likud.
Deri: Shas Joining Left is a 'Bad Joke'Aryeh Deri dismisses as "a bad joke" reports that his party is in talks with the left to create an obstructive bloc to the Likud.
Lapid, Yechimovich: Livni Created a 'Spin'Labor and Yesh Atid accuse Livni of misleading the public over what happened during meeting between the leaders of the three parties.
Bennett: Left's Anti-Likud Bloc is Not SeriousThe Jewish Home will recommend Netanyahu as Prime Minister no matter what, says Naftali Bennett.
Netanyahu: I Never Ruled Out Any Parties"I am a ready for a broad coalition, but some parties are rejecting me in advance," Netanyahu tells Channel 2.
Livni Calls for Center-Left UnityTzipi Livni, who heads the Hatnua party, says she's willing to put ego considerations aside to oust Netanyahu from power.
Olmert to Select Kadima's Knesset ListFormer Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is not going anywhere and will be be part of the committee that will select Kadima’s Knesset list.
Olmert to Livni: Let's Run TogetherTzipi Livni is expected to meet Sunday with former PM Ehud Olmert and discuss with him the possibility of their running together.
Labor is Not a Leftist Party, Says YechimovichIn an unusual move, Labor leader speaks to Arutz Sheva, supports an agreement that keeps 80% of Yesha residents in their homes.
Peres: I Intend to Complete My TermPresident Shimon Peres denies reports that he is planning to run in the next Knesset elections as head of Israel’s center-left bloc.
Olmert and Livni Call for Government ChangeFormer Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and former Kadima chairwoman Tzipi Livni meet, say that “a government change” in Israel is necessary.
Peres Refuses to Run in Elections Despite PressurePresident Shimon Peres has refused to end his term early and run in the next Knesset elections, despite pressure from left on him to do so.
Ramon Calls for Center-Left UnityFormer MK Haim Ramon says Israel’s center-left parties must unite in response to the unity between the Likud and Yisrael Beytenu parties.