Yisrael Beitenu leader Avigdor Lieberman still refused to budge on the conscription bill, against all the efforts by go-betweens Sunday overnight – despite major concessions by the ultra-religious parties. He remains the last hurdle facing Binyamin Netanyahu’s bid to form a coalition government led by his Likud. Both potential government and opposition parties are now awaiting to hear Lieberman’s final word after he leads a faction meeting at 1430 local time. Meanwhile, in case of a nyet, Likud is preparing to table a bill at 1600 hours for the dissolution of the Knesset ahead of a new general election. The opposition factions, led by Blue-White, are meeting to decide how to vote.