Itzik Secures 10 Signatures for Presidential BidFormer Knesset Speaker waiting to see if she has Foreign Minister Liberman's backing for the post of president.
Netanyahu in a Bind Over Presidential ElectionPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu can't figure out who to support for President: Reuven Rivlin, David Levy or perhaps Dalia Itzik?
Liberman Shifting Presidential Support From ShalomIf sex-scandal embroiled minister pulls from presidential race, Liberman reportedly will back Dalia Itzik to block Rivlin.
Former MK Itzik Collecting Signatures for Presidential BidFormer Knesset Speaker Dalia Itzik has begun to collect signatures from MKs for her bid to be Israel's next president.
Poll: Israelis Want Rivlin as PresidentMost Israelis would like to see MK Reuven Rivlin as Israel’s next president, finds new poll.
Poll: Most Israelis Favor Second Term for Peres63% of Israelis would prefer that Peres's term be extended, according to Channel 2 poll. If not, MK Reuven Rivlin is the leading candidate.
Dying Kadima Party to Finish Selecting Knesset ListMKs Bar-On, Plesner, Hasson and Itzik expected to follow Mofaz on Kadima list, though Bar-On may retire from politics.
MK Itzik to Support MofazAnother defector from Livni's camp in Kadima is her longtime ally MK Dalia Itzik.
Knesset Approves Compensation Bill for Terror OrphansKnesset approves first reading of a bill that gives orphans whose parents died in a terror attack lifelong benefits from the State of Israel.
Bill to Keep Women's Retirement Age at 62 Passes ReadingA bill to keep the retirement age for women at 62 passed its first Knesset reading as the coalition backs down on its pledge to fight.
Brutal Fogel Murders Shake Kadima Chairwoman, Give ResolveKadima faction Chairwoman says Israel cannot abdicate its responsibility to give residents of Judea and Samaria security amidst political debate.
First Reading Passes for Double Maternity LeaveA new bill would legally extend maternity leave from the current three months to six months.
Report: Dalia Itzik Spent NIS 75,000 on Paris HotelsA report on Channel Two said that former Knesset speaker Dalia Itzik spent NIS 75,000 on hotel rooms while on a taxpayer-funded junket to Paris.