Netanyahu Invites Nationalist and Chareidi Parties for Coalition Talks


netanyahu16Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu released a statement early this morning inviting potential coalition partners to enter talks right away for the swift quick creation of what is expected to be a religious-nationalist government.

Netanyahu stated that he had already spoken with the leaders of parties that he plans to invite into his coalition, including Bayit Yehudi head Naftali Bennett, Kulanu’s Moshe Kachlon, Shas leader Aryeh Deri, UTJ’s Yaakov Litzman and Moshe Gafni, and Yisrael Beytenu’s Avigdor Liberman.

“The reality isn’t waiting on us,” Netanyahu said. “Reality isn’t taking a break. The citizens of Israel expect us to quickly put together a leadership that will work for the sake of the country’s security, economy, and society as we promised to do, and that is what I will do.”

{ Israel}


  1. Mr.Shaviv, The strategist for Netanyahu, said that in the final days they turned to the Right telling them the PM is in jeopardy-and it worked

    Enough Yachad voters [and others] were scared of Netanyahu losing

  2. I think that UTJ should enter the coalition without getting 100 per-cent of their demands met. We can’t seem to greedy!

  3. its a comment to shmuel i dont know where you life but in israel avreichim are struggling and dont finish the month the mir yeshive is 2 month behind in chaluke so maybe if you give a million dollars monthly to the mir then maybe you could talk bec then they dond need the goverment but bevore that ithing we shoulid listen to our gedolym and only they will decide what to demand

  4. Imagine Deri and Shass would have compromised with Yishai, and represent two parties – similar to Gimel representing Degel and Agudah.

    Imagine Gimel would have compromised with Hapeles/Bnei Torah, and represent gimel/3 parties.

    Netanyahu would then be able to form a coalition without Benett. The Chareidim would then be able to scale back all the damage Lapid did.

    While Yishai and Deri may have some big ideological disagreements, it is not that big.

    While Degel and Hapeles may have some big ideological disagreements, is it really that big.

  5. Putting aside the ideology of “Kochim vi’otzem yadi” for a moment, Netanyahu is best that we have at the moment to deal with the “teva” part of “securing” Eretz Yisroel. He deals very well with the US Congress which is the reality of support. Despite Obama’s hate, it will only last for one more year. A decent Republican President with a pro Israel Republican led Congress will BE”H help the Yidden in Eretz Yisroel in the long term. Bibi is very articulate and has a clear command of the English language, something the others don’t have, and it shouldn’t be taken lightly. The citizens of Eretz Yisroel didn’t go into the voting booth to elect the Chief Rabbi. The elected a competent leader to deal with the success of the Country. I wish Bibi Hatzlacha and as our shaliach he should be matzliach.