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Topic - Netanyuhu
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to rush through a law that would let the voters of Israel have the final say on any peace deal with the Palestinians.
"It won't be easy," he said. "But we're going into the negotiations with integrity and honesty."
"I don't think these decisions can be made, if there is a deal, by one government or another, but need to be brought as a national decision," said Mr. Netanyuhu, during a Sunday address to his Cabinet, The Times of Israel reported.