Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said he welcomes the Edmond Levy Report and hopes the cabinet approves it in next week’s meeting, adding that “it’s not perfect, but it’s an important step.”
Environmental Protection Minister Gilad Erdan called for Netanyahu to call the Ministerial Committee on Settlements to discuss the report.
“I will work to ensure the government adopts the report’s conclusion and give a clear future and stability for tens of thousands of families after dozens of years,” Erdan said. “Finally, legal and historic justice has been done, following the twister political stances based on the Meretz activist Talia Sasson’s report.”
Erdan added that he will demand that the Attorney-General’s Office’s responses to legal issues involving settlements be based on the Edmond Levy Report.
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