Two Israeli right-wing parties agree on joint ticket

Leaders of the New Right and United Right factions have agreed to submit a united list for the September 17 election. It is headed by former Justice Minister Ayalet Shaked. She is followed in second place by Rabbi Raffi Perez, leader of the United Right. Agreement was reached after the New Right leaders, Shaked and former education minister Naftali Bennet, pledged to endorse Likud leader PM Binyamin Netanyahu as next prime minister after the election.

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  • Jul 30, 2019 @ 13:22 at 13:22
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    Have you heard a sample-like of proposal about any issue of some of the problems wich affected Israel?
    They think to achieve the necessary numbers to enter in the parliament, warm their seats with their gluteus and take the monthly revenues…..
    I’m going to vomite and come back

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