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United Right leader Ayelet Shaked said her party would recommend Netanyahu because he is currently the leader of the right wing bloc.
Bennett: Otzma Yehudit is kosher in a technical bloc.
Lapid's tweet comes in response to the report by Channel 12 on Saturday night that Netanyahu had asked the Civil Service to extend Dermer’s term beyond September 30.
Netanyahu summons Rafi Peretz to plan strategy
The meeting took place in Tel Aviv and was not open to media coverage.
Yogev: We need to reconquer territory • Barbivai: Hit Hamas hard and then improve life for Strip's residents
Politics: Picking the winning teams?
Shaffir received an endorsement on Sunday from Rabbi Gilad Kariv, who heads the Reform movement in Israel.
“There is no problem with a unity government,” Lapid wrote on Twitter. “There is only one man, only one, who has to move aside and go deal with his indictments.”
‘We are fighting to stop the descent into apartheid’ says party leader Zandberg.
And why BDS is unprogressive.
Two years since he was elected to the post of Labor party leader, Gabbay announced on Tuesday that he would not run in the July 2 Labor leadership race.
"I realize it will be a huge challenge ahead but I know I can do it for the party and especially the country," he said. "Together, we will bring life back to the party."
A source in New Right told The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday that it was “99% certain” that New Right would run together with another party.
It is commonplace on long nights of voting that MKs leave to the market for dinner and even a bit of entertainment. But Wednesday night, like never before, the Knesset became the shuk.
After the New Right did not cross the electoral threshold, Bennett was expecting to take a break from politics, while Shaked was sought by multiple parties.
PM: The more we prepare for an election, the less likely it is that there will be an election
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Rivlin has decided to give Netanyahu the time he needs to form a government within the limits of the law without interfering.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Lapid won’t commit to running as Gantz’s number two again.
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The officials' intention is that one of Trump's close associates would call Yisrael Beytenu leader and explain the importance the United States sees in establishing a government.
“There is no reason to paralyze the country for another year and a half and waste billions when there is a solution [to the dispute over the conscription bill],” Netanyahu said.
By ALON EINHORN
The plan is for the Knesset to cast its final vote on the bill on Wednesday.
By ARIK BENDER/MAARIV
Netanyahu maintains his power, and so do the Haredim. Liberman is getting stronger and Bennett and Shaked mark a political resurrection.
So if another election would be held, would Israel really continue toward a two-party system, and is it a foregone conclusion that Netanyahu would win a sixth time?
Avigdor Liberman wrote that "We are in favor of a right-wing government and against a haredi government!"
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