Likud led by Netanyahu: Pre-election Race and the Struggle for Electorate on the 1999 Elections

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The article examines the 1999 pre-election Likud race led by Benjamin Netanyahu. The analysis is based on numerous reasons, for ex.: voters' disappointment, inability to propose a candidate who could win the elections, inability to show the difference of the party to the competitors. Weak coalition led by Barak was the reason of political instability in advance of the second Intifada.

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E F Sterin

Saint-Petersburg State University

Email: yajenya@gmail.com
Кафедра теории и истории международных отношений; Санкт-Петербургский государственный университет; Saint-Petersburg State University

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