Netanyahu’s toughest ballot rival, ex-general Gantz, breaks silence

FILE PHOTO: Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and Israel's armed forces chief Major-General Benny Gantz speak during the opening ceremony of the 19th Maccabiah Games at Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem July 18, 2013. REUTERS/Baz Ratner/File Photo

TEL AVIV (Reuters) – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s toughest rival in Israel’s April ballot, a popular ex-general, vowed on Tuesday to pursue peacemaking and clean government in swipes at the premier, but did not rule out forming a coalition with him. In a long-awaited speech in which he broke his silence for the first time […]

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