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Middle East Peace Reports: March 2006 Archives

March 31, 2006 - Vol. 7, Issue 35

IS THAT YOUR FINAL ANSWER? Seats won for the next Knesset: Kadima 29; Labor 20; Likud 12; Shas 12; Yisrael Beiteinu 11; National Union-National Religious Party 9; Pensioners Party 7; United Torah Judaism 6; Meretz-Yahad 5; United Arab List-Ta'al 3; Hadash 3; and Balad 3

March 27, 2006 - Vol. 7, Issue 34

Into The Homestretch: With Israeli voters casting ballots tomorrow, the opinion polls are generally projecting a decline in support (but still a victory) for Kadima, a strong showing for Labor and the right, and a large amount of apathy-but results vary widely between polls.

March 20, 2006 - Vol. 7, Issue 33

...if elections were held today for the 120-seat Knesset (previous results in parentheses), Dialog/Ha'aretz/Channel 10 survey found that Kadima would win 37 seats, Labor 20 (+1), Likud 16 (-1), Meretz-Yahad 5 (+1), Yisrael Beiteinu 10 (+2), and the National Union-National Religious Party (NU-NRP) 8 (-2).

March 13, 2006 - Vol. 7, Issue 32

Policy In Search Of A Plan: Israel will reject any request by other countries to transfer money directly to the Palestinian Authority (PA), but will act together with international agencies in order to prevent a humanitarian disaster in the PA.

March 6, 2006 - Vol. 7, Issue 31

BEYOND A BAD DREAM: Commenting about the Israeli elections, Sever Plotzker wrote, "As the days go by, the results of the Palestinian elections are beginning to sink into the election campaign in Israel and influence it.