Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014. (AP/Ronen Zvulun, Pool)
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will decide in the next few days whether he can heal his fractured coalition government or call an early election, one of his advisers said Monday.The divisions have prompted speculation that Netanyahu will bring forward a national election not scheduled until 2017 .Netanyahu is expected to meet leaders of parties in his coalition on Monday and Tuesday, political officials said, to assess whether the policy differences can be smoothed over. If an election were called, one casualty would likely be the 2015 state budget.
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