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  Likud voted against withdrawal from Gaza
  Sharon agrees to early Israel vote

year 2005 Top ^

  Jerusalem: Prime Minister and Amir Peretz have agreed to hold elections between the end of February and the end of March

year 2004 Top ^

  Jerusalem: Prime minister's plan fails to win party support. Sharon has said failure could lead to new elections

year 2003 Top ^

  Jerusalem: Prime Minister has hailed Likud Party's triumph as 'historic' and said he will seek to create a broad-based government
  Sharon tipped to win poll  Jerusalem: Likud party appears set for a convincing victory but has the challenge of forming a stable government Jan.23 Sharon's Likud party expected to win  Jerusalem: New polls show Sharon could face a daunting dilemma in forming a new government Jan.13 Polls: Sharon, Likud bouncing back  Jerusalem: Likud would win as many as 32 seats in the 120-member Knesset. The number is up from 27 seats Jan.10 Sharon speech blackout  Jerusalem: Central Elections Committee pulled the plug on a news conference by Prime Minister Jan.2 Sharon's party losing popularity  Jerusalem: The right-wing parties still are expected to end up with a majority in the Knesset

year 2002 Top ^

Nov.28 Sharon wins Likud Leadership Vote
  Jerusalem: Prime Minister defeated Foreign Minister Netanyahu for control of the Likud party in a primary election
Nov.4 Sharon discusses early election
  Jerusalem: Prime Minister has met President Moshe Katsav to discuss the possibility of holding early elections

year 2001 Top ^

Feb.6 Sharon wins by landslide
   Israel: Sharon led Barak, 62.6% to 37.2%. Barak will leave politics. Sharon spoke about a new path of security and true peace
Mild turnout at election   Israel: 43 percent had cast ballotspolls and lower-than-normal turnout apparently favor Sharon

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