No progress at latest Likud-Kachol Lavan session

The Likud and Kachol Lavan negotiating teams talked for two hours on Sunday without breaking through to common ground on a national unity government. Likud blames its rival’s rejection of the President’s proposal of a parity format for a broad-based government and an empowered vice prime minister. Kachol Lavan wants Likud to forego its 55-member bloc and Binyamin Netanyahu’s lead role, although the president has awarded him the first post-election mandate for an attempt to form a viable government.

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One thought on “No progress at latest Likud-Kachol Lavan session

  • Sep 29, 2019 @ 19:02 at 19:02

    It is not the external enemy, or any combination there-off – but totally corrupt, corroded Israeli politics,
    that will destroy the Jewish state ! Same as 2 000 years ago…


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