Top Likud Minister Raises Possibility Of Unity Government With Kichol v’Lavan


Minister Tzachi Hanegbi of Likud said Saturday he could envision Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu inviting opposition Kichol v’Lavan to form a unity government following the next general election if the party stops “ruling out” the prime minister as a potential partner.

Speaking to Channel 12’s “Meet the Press,” Hanegbi indicated a Likud-Kichol v’Lavan government could solve the political deadlock that led to the collapse of recent attempts to build a coalition and which may very well persist following the September 17 national poll.

Hanegbi said he believed if Kichol v’Lavan party leaders Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid “make a switch and say ‘I am willing to sit in a government with Netanyahu,’ we’ll have a unity government with impressive achievements.”

Read more at Times of Israel.




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