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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Daniel Ben-Simon
There is now a consensus within Israel's center-left Labor Party to leave Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing coalition in the coming months if there is no movement in the peace process, senior party members told The Washington Times.
He said he and some other Labor members think an ultimatum is a waste of time.
Daniel Ben-Simon, another rebel Labor lawmaker, said he thinks there is a consensus among the ranks now and that "April is the latest" the party will give the Netanyahu government to make progress on the peace process.