Israeli president held meeting on forming new gov't

2013-02-01 03:36:29 GMT2013-02-01 11:36:29(Beijing Time)  SINA.com
Israeli President Shimon Peres (R) meets with representatives of Balad (National Democratic Assembly) about forming a new Israeli government in Jerusalem on Jan.31, 2013, after receiving the official results of the general elections held on January 22. Shimon Peres continued on Thursday his consultations with Knesset (parliament) newly-elected factions ahead of announcing the next premiership candidate. (Xinhua/ Yin Dongxun)Israeli President Shimon Peres (R) meets with representatives of Balad (National Democratic Assembly) about forming a new Israeli government in Jerusalem on Jan.31, 2013, after receiving the official results of the general elections held on January 22. Shimon Peres continued on Thursday his consultations with Knesset (parliament) newly-elected factions ahead of announcing the next premiership candidate. (Xinhua/ Yin Dongxun)
Israeli President Shimon Peres (1st R) meets with representatives of Kadima headed by Shaul Mofaz (2nd R) about forming a new Israeli government in Jerusalem on Jan. 31, 2013, after receiving the official results of the general elections held on January 22. Shimon Peres continued on Thursday his consultations with Knesset (parliament) newly-elected factions ahead of announcing the next premiership candidate. (Xinhua/ Yin Dongxun)Israeli President Shimon Peres (1st R) meets with representatives of Kadima headed by Shaul Mofaz (2nd R) about forming a new Israeli government in Jerusalem on Jan. 31, 2013, after receiving the official results of the general elections held on January 22. Shimon Peres continued on Thursday his consultations with Knesset (parliament) newly-elected factions ahead of announcing the next premiership candidate. (Xinhua/ Yin Dongxun)
Israeli President Shimon Peres (R) meets with representatives of Kadima headed by Shaul Mofaz (L) about forming a new Israeli government in Jerusalem on Jan. 31, 2013, after receiving the official results of the general elections held on January 22. Shimon Peres continued on Thursday his consultations with Knesset (parliament) newly-elected factions ahead of announcing the next premiership candidate. (Xinhua/ Yin Dongxun)Israeli President Shimon Peres (R) meets with representatives of Kadima headed by Shaul Mofaz (L) about forming a new Israeli government in Jerusalem on Jan. 31, 2013, after receiving the official results of the general elections held on January 22. Shimon Peres continued on Thursday his consultations with Knesset (parliament) newly-elected factions ahead of announcing the next premiership candidate. (Xinhua/ Yin Dongxun)
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