Netanyahu’s bid to form government still blocked by Lieberman

In a bid to avert a new election, PM Binyamin Netanyahu Sunday night sold a compromise formula to the ultra-religious parties on the disputed bill setting conscription quotas for yeshiva seminarists. However, Israel Beitenu’s Avigdor Lieberman reverted to his former resistance to the slightest change in the bill, frustrating Netanyahu’s efforts to form a government coalition before his Wednesday deadline.  Likud party members spoke of a breakthrough in coalition negotiations which had been achieved and was obstructed by nothing more than Lieberman’s inexplicable stubbornness.

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3 thoughts on “Netanyahu’s bid to form government still blocked by Lieberman

  • May 26, 2019 @ 23:25 at 23:25
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    Don’t they Haredi want to help the Temple to rise a 3rd and last and lasting time?

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  • May 27, 2019 @ 2:05 at 2:05
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    Time For A Regime Change. Slap Some Sanctions On The Yahu And Send In Guido Boys +5000 troops To Colombia 😉

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  • May 27, 2019 @ 8:29 at 8:29
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    It takes a minimum of 2 in order to be stubborn! So stop blaming Liberman alone. The Haridi parasites are stubborn, and are not willing to fill the gold pot they suckle on!!!

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