Jan 4, 2006

Sharon suffers serious stroke

He is undergoing surgery and suffering from cerebral hemorrhaging. It looks really bad.
According to a medical expert, the procedure is life threatening. Asked what are the chances of surviving this type of surgery, the doctor replied, "Let's be optimistic, some people survive it."

The prime minister's close associates said of his condition: "Hope for a miracle."
What now?
The question is whether Kadima has a future without Sharon. A significant number of politicians and public figures have joined the party, following Sharon. With him gone, internecine squabbling over the leadership could well break out. The prime minister's responsibilities have been handed over to Finance Minister Ehud Olmert according to law, but few Kadima members will want one of the most unpopular politicians in the country to lead them into the elections.

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