30.11.2011 04.Kislev. 5772
Former Mossad head would like to see larger parties strengthened, prime ministers able to govern without constant fear of coalition collapse.
Former Mossad chief Meir Dagan’s shift from behind the scenes to public life escalated significantly Tuesday when he announced that he would form a new movement aimed at changing the Israeli political system.
The Ma’ariv daily reported exclusively on Tuesday that Dagan would head a well-funded campaign aimed at obtaining one million signatures from Israeli citizens supporting change in the system, and then using them to pressure the government to take action….