Liberman: Likud ‘Praying’ Netanyahu Ousted After September Elections

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Yisrael Beitenu leader Avigdor Liberman claims that Likud lawmakers are “praying” Prime Minister Netanyahu once again fails to form a government after the September elections so that they can replace him, according to the Ynet news site.

The report says Liberman told members of his party at a closed-door meeting that he met with Knesset members, mayors and central committee members from the ruling party to discuss Netanyahu’s tenure coming to an end.

“(Likud lawmakers) believe at least two-thirds of the Likud faction is praying Netanyahu doesn’t get 61 seats [in the Knesset, the minimum required to form a majority government],” Liberman told Yisrael Beitenu lawmakers according to Ynet.

Read more at Times of Israel.

{Matzav.com}

7 COMMENTS

  1. If Liberman said it you know it’s not true! He’s a backstabbing Paruski/Chiloni Israeli which is akin to the liberal far left Democrat in the states.

  2. Lieberman is a wicked evil man. He thinks too highly of himself as if he makes a difference in the State of Israel. He is a nobody. He is a Russian. He is in the minority. He is a failed defense minister. He is an embarrassment. His party os not part of the government now and will not be in the next government. He has burnt all his bridges. Only his fellow drunk Russian goyim vote for him.

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