First Netanyahu-Gantz meeting reviews “possibilities”

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Kachol Lavan leader Benny Gantz met for in Tel Aviv Sunday night for the first time since the president mandated the latter to try and form a government. Nothing substantial was achieved. Netanyahu said in advance that his Likud seeks a broad unity government, while Kachol leaders insist on Likud first dropping its Bloc of 55. Earlier, their negotiating teams failed in their first attempt to find common ground. Those teams and their leaders are expected to carry on meeting during the 28 days of Gantz’s mandate.

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