Skip to comments.Zionist Union leaders: We still may join coalition
Posted on 06/04/2016 2:48:31 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Recent comments by Opposition head Yitzhak Herzog (Zionist Union) and Shelly Yachimovich (Zionist Union) suggest that their party may still join the government coalition.
On Saturday, both politicians said that they would reconsider joining a unity government, should there be any diplomatic initiatives.
MK Herzog presented new conditions to joining. "If Netanyahu kicks the Jewish Home out of the coalition, we will meet as a party and we will consider the issue," he told Shabbatarbut in Modi'in.
"Netanyahu chose to go with the extremists," he added. "It doesn't look like he is breaking up with them. I lead a strong and idealistic group. If he breaks away from the extreme right, we will meet and decide. I am the leader of a group but not a dictator. This party is not made up of a leader and a bunch of scarecrows."
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i have no idea about these intricate political negotiations but I’s sure feel a whole lot better if we could see some major constuction going on throughout the Land of Israel
the current government appears to have been preventing housing and communities for the young people of Israel...this makes the social situation bad...
and it makes the security situation a whole lot worse, too
We got houses going up here in Neveh Daniel.
I hope a LOT of good new houses
and you have a great location, too!!!!!!!
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