Former defense minister and IDF chief of staff Moshe Ya’alon registered his new party on Wednesday, after the political landscape in Israel underwent seismic shifts in recent days.
After much speculation about his political standing, Ya’alon registered his own party under the name Telem, an acronym for National Statesmanlike Movement.
“I won’t join a coalition headed by Netanyahu,” Ya’alon said speaking at a cultural event in Haifa. Ya’alon added that he would not rule out serving in a government with Netanyahu’s Likud party, as long as he was replaced as the party head and front runner for the prime ministership.
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