March 26, 2009 2:00 am
Benjamin Netanyahu, the leader of the rightwing Likud party and Israel's prime minister-designate, yesterday moved to bolster his coalition majority still further by opening talks with the National Union, a far-right party that has three seats in parliament.
Mr Netanyahu also repeated his vow to pursue peace talks with the Palestinian Authority.
Tobias Buck, Jerusalem
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