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  President taps Livni to form government
  Tzipi Livni calls for early elections

year 2008 Top ^

  Kadima Party leader and Acting Prime Minister abandons efforts to form a coalition government and calls for early elections
  Shimon Peres asked Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, head of the Kadima party. Olmert will remain interim prime minister until a successor assumes power
 Livni, who won by a narrow margin to succeed Olmert as head of the ruling party, has 28 days to unite 61 members of the 120-seat Knesset

  The foreign minister Tzipi Livni has claimed victory in the contest to lead ruling party with exit polls suggesting she had clear margin
May.29     Olmert party rival looks to polls  Foreign Minister Livni, tipped to replace Mr Olmert if he quits, said Kadima should prepare for 'every eventuality, including elections'

year 2006 Top ^

Apr.27     Olmert nearing Israeli political coalition
  Interim Prime Minister's Kadima Party reached an agreement with the Labor Party to join a coalition Mar.28     Kadima wins at polls
  Acting Prime Minister Olmert's 4-month-old centrist party took the largest share of parliamentary seats
  The party Kadima , formed by Sharon late last year when he broke from the Likud bloc, earned 28 seats, the most seats in the 120-member Knesset. Other big winners were the Labor party with 20 seats; ultra-Orthodox Shas, with 13 seats; Yisrael Beitenu with 12 seats; and Likud with 11. At a victory rally Olmert reiterated his promise to define Israel's borders in the next 4 years.

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.28   Kadima Party lays out principles
  The new party will support the creation of a peaceful Palestinian state, giving up some land to ensure Jewish majority
Nov.24 Sharon names new party 'Forward'
  The party registered under the name Kadima after rejecting 'National Responsibility' and 'Hatikva'

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