Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said he is sure of victory in Israel's upcoming election.
Polls indicate that Olmert's centrist Kadima Party is far ahead of its competitors, the rightist Likud and the dovish Labor, though voter support for Kadima has slipped somewhat.
"The question of who will win the election has already been decided," Olmert told Kadima activists Wednesday evening. "Now the question is whether we will be strong enough to do everything we want to do."
"We will be the ruling party, I promise you," Olmert said. "We will be the party to decide who will join us in the government," reports the AP.
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