Tzipi Livni trying to close deal with Israelis

Foreign minister Tzipi Livni of Israel’s centerist party, Kadima, is still trailing Likud candidate Binyamin Netanyahu, a conservative, by margin, but that margin is closing as she is coming off a 22-day offensive against Hamas in Gaza, a popular move in Israel.

Netanyahu’s popularity is based on his stronger stance on foreign policy issues; a former prime minister himself, Netanyahu is the favored candidate at this point, but late moves could still change the momentum in Livni’s favor.

If elected, Livni would not be the first female prime minister of Israel; that honor fell to Golda Meier back in the 1970s. How’s that compared to a reasonable life insurance quote?

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