The leaders of Yesh Atid, The Tzipi Livni Party, and Bayit Yehudi all called for a national unity government on Thursday, indicating that something of a Centrist coalition could be on the horizon following the upcoming January 22 national elections.
"I am a responsible person," said Yesh Atid party head Yair Lapid at a conference organized by Ma'ariv
. "We can build a national unity government oriented toward economic and social issues - one which is not right-wing extremist and haredi."
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