Netanyahu: Elections will set Israel back to before Gaza war

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Holding an election will set Israel back by “months,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a Sunday evening press conference in reaction to recent calls by hostage families for him to step down.

“The elections will paralyze Israel, and Hamas will be the first to congratulate [the new prime minister.]”

Netanyahu stressed that he is making the utmost effort to retrieve all the remaining hostages in Gaza, saying that he is “interested in succeeding, not appear as if I am only trying.”

“Anyone who is saying that I am not doing everything possible to bring the hostages home is wrong and misleading,” the prime minister added.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to the press, March 31, 2024. (credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

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“I believe we can [reach a solution], and it can be done in good spirits and with a broad consensus. 

This is a developing story.


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