Under discussion among Israel’s parties is a proposal made by Knesset Speaker Yuri Edelstein to repeal the law dissolving the Knesset which would automatically cancel the second snap general election to be held this year in September. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said he would look into the idea in the coming days. As legal experts examine the legitimacy of this step, certain high-placed Likud politicians are reported to be holding quiet talks with Blue-White opposition leaders on a possible national unity government to be set up if the vote is called off. Proposed is a deal to rotate the premiership between Binyamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz. However, Blue-White issued a statement Tuesday night alleging that the rumored plan is another of Netanyahu’s spins to save his party from losing the election.