File photograph taken on March 12, 2015, shows Israel's Zionist Union leaders Isaac Herzog (C) and Tzipi Livni (1st R) with a vendor during a campaign stop at a fruit and vegetable market in Tel Aviv, Israel. Zionist Union's co-leader Tzipi Livni said Monday she would forgo a deal to rotate premiership with Isaac Herzog, in a last ditch attempt to win support for the party just one day before parliamentary elections. Livni, head of the Hatnua party, teamed up with the Labor party in December last year. (Xinhua/JINI/Roni Schutzer)
File photograph taken on March 12, 2015, shows Israel's Zionist Union leaders Isaac Herzog (C) and Tzipi Livni (1st R) with a vendor during a campaign stop at a fruit and vegetable market in Tel Aviv, Israel. Zionist Union's co-leader Tzipi Livni said Monday she would forgo a deal to rotate premiership with Isaac Herzog, in a last ditch attempt to win support for the party just one day before parliamentary elections. Livni, head of the Hatnua party, teamed up with the Labor party in December last year. (Xinhua/JINI/Roni Schutzer)
 File photograph taken on March 12, 2015, shows Israel's Zionist Union leaders Isaac Herzog (C) and Tzipi Livni (1st R) with a vendor during a campaign stop at a fruit and vegetable market in Tel Aviv, Israel. Zionist Union's co-leader Tzipi Livni said Monday she would forgo a deal to rotate premiership with Isaac Herzog, in a last ditch attempt to win support for the party just one day before parliamentary elections. Livni, head of the Hatnua party, teamed up with the Labor party in December last year. (Xinhua/JINI/Roni Schutzer)
File photograph taken on March 12, 2015, shows Israel’s Zionist Union leaders Isaac Herzog (C) and Tzipi Livni (1st R) with a vendor during a campaign stop at a fruit and vegetable market in Tel Aviv, Israel. Zionist Union’s co-leader Tzipi Livni said Monday she would forgo a deal to rotate premiership with Isaac Herzog, in a last ditch attempt to win support for the party just one day before parliamentary elections. Livni, head of the Hatnua party, teamed up with the Labor party in December last year. (Xinhua/JINI/Roni Schutzer)
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