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Posts Tagged ‘Labor’

Our system is ill

Posted by claudiacampli su 11 aprile, 2009

Yedioth Aharonoth

4 April 2009

Failure to appoint full-time health minister symptom of ailing political system
Emmanuel Rosen

If we need one clear, sharp and painful example of the serious malady maligning Israeli politics, we can look at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s blatant disregard for the need to appoint a full-time health minister.

We can talk for hours and write thousands of words about politicians who are detached from the people and their needs, about the cynicism, about broken promises, and about clinging to power – but we can simply tell the whole story in one sentence: In a state where the healthcare system is ill, and where if you have no money for private medicine you must rely on mercy from above, in such country the PM appoints 30 ministers and invents ministries that do not even exist for them, yet he does not see fit to appoint even one of them to the ministry that pertains to the lives of all of us. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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OPINION/ The left on probation

Posted by alicemarziali su 10 aprile, 2009

ha’aretz

By Alexander Yakobson

Likud’s formation of a cabinet with Labor seems to offer Meretz a great opportunity. Many people want there to be a firm opposition. Meretz has a relative advantage in several important issues, the main one being its determined opposition to the settlement project. Kadima, which is also in the opposition, does not have a good record in this area. Labor is no better, considering that its leader, Ehud Barak, did not evacuate a single illegal outpost during his term as defense minister.

The settlement issue is not just another political matter. Focusing on it need not reflect tribal enmity toward the settlers and the national-religious community. It’s a question regarding the country’s future: whether the State of Israel has a future. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Netanyahu’s 2nd chance

Posted by claudiacampli su 10 aprile, 2009

Yedioth Aharonoth

Obama may find new Israeli PM a willing partner for sustainable peace
Alon Ben-Meir
function setDbLinkCategory(url) {eval(unescape(url));}The new Israeli government led by Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu has raised many conflicting feelings among those concerned about the fate of the Arab-Israeli peace process. Will Netanyahu scuttle the little progress that was made under his predecessor Olmert, or will he engage the Palestinians anew? Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Ed ora, al lavoro

Posted by claudiacampli su 10 aprile, 2009

Israele.net

Israele ha un nuovo governo, il più affollato della sua storia con 30 ministri e sette vice ministri: un fatto inquietante, arrogante ma del tutto prevedibile. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Not as far-right as it might have been

Posted by claudiacampli su 3 aprile, 2009

Mar 26th 2009 | JERUSALEM
From The Economist print edition
Long accouchement, broad baby

IT TOOK six weeks of haggling, but Binyamin Netanyahu at last looks set to lead a not-entirely-right-wing government. The man who made it possible is the outgoing-and now incoming-minister of defence, Ehud Barak. It was he who made Ehud Olmert, embroiled in corruption investigations, announce his intention, last September, to step down as prime minister. In the ensuing election, last month, Mr Barak’s Labour Party was savagely diminished, coming fourth with only 13 seats in the 120-seat Knesset, Israel’s parliament. Since then, behind a façade of public assurances about how determined Labour was to stay out of a government of the hard right, Mr Barak has negotiated secretly with Mr Netanyahu to allow his reduced and riven party to stay in, as a pivotal partner in the new coalition. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Israele: Likud-Labour, un abbraccio mortale

Posted by claudiacampli su 3 aprile, 2009

LIMES

25 marzo 2009

di Umberto De Giovannangeli

Ehud Barak in nome delle emergenze economica e di sicurezza cerca di trasformare una disfatta elettorale in un vittoria politica, al costo di una scissione o addirittura della disintegrazione del Labour israeliano. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Guerra, economia e democrazia Bibi & Co. non faranno prigionieri

Posted by Folco Zaffalon su 2 aprile, 2009

di Zvi Schuldiner
IL NUOVO GOVERNO

Benjamin Netanyahu, il disastroso primo ministro israeliano dal ’96 al ’99, tornato poi come ministro delle finanze tatcheriano nel 2003, ha presentato al parlamento israeliano il più ampio governo della sua storia: 30 ministri e 9 vice ministri. Molti credevano in un «nuovo Netanyahu» e ieri il nuovo primo ministro ha dimostrato che la sua maggiore preoccupazione risiede nel manipolare l’apparato politico. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Razzista? Con Barak il governo sarà kosher

Posted by Folco Zaffalon su 1 aprile, 2009

di Uri Avnery
ISRAELE – Il Manifesto

Con l’aggiunta cosmetica dei laburisti l’esecutivo vuole continuare la colonizzazione della Palestina. Ma gli Stati uniti hanno svoltato a sinistra e potrebbero rappresentare un macigno sulla strada dell’ultradestra che ha preso il potere a Tel Aviv e mettere in dubbio la «relazione speciale» tra i due paesi Il ministro della difesa cerca di nascondere il balzo a destra
Il nuovo governo d’Israele è l’esecutivo di Biberman (Bibi Netanyahu e Avigdor Lieberman)? O forse di Bibarak (Bibi e Ehud Barak)? Nessuno dei due. È il governo di Bibiyahu. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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What’s different this time?

Posted by Andrea Pompozzi su 1 aprile, 2009

When Sharon betrayed party he was hailed as hero; why is Barak a different story?
Hagai Segal

One can certainly understand the great leftist anger directed at Ehud Barak. He badly abused them: He promised one thing and did the exact opposite. 

 

As such, there is no wonder that many words of disparagement and revulsion were uttered this week in order to describe the disgust with his conduct: “A flip-flop,” “an evil deed,” “immense cynicism,” and even “betrayal.” Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Livni: New government is bad for Israel

Posted by alicemarziali su 1 aprile, 2009

HA’ARETZ

Opposition leader Tzipi Livni on Tuesday wished success to the incoming coalition as it prepared to be sworn in at the Knesset in Jerusalem, but quickly added that the deal under which the government had been assembled would “not benefit the state at all.”

Livni, who lost out on the opportunity to form the new government despite her Kadima party’s slim win in the February elections, told lawmakers on Tuesday that the opposition under her leadership would act responsibly. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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