Gabi Ashkenazi, a former military chief of staff, is joining an exodus from Blue and White
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Unknown titleparty and taking a “break” from politics, marking the further disintegration of the centrist party that came close to unseating Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in three hard-fought elections. <span>Gabi Ashkenazi, a former military chief of staff, is joining an exodus from Blue and White ahead of March elections in which the party is expected to lose most of the 17 seats it currently holds in the 120-member Knesset, or parliament. “I have decided not to continue in Blue
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