Bayit Yehudi MK Ayelet Shaked defended her party on Thursday saying the faction was not setting conditions to Likud Beytenu and added that the prime minister's party is not negotiating with Bayit Yehudi, Army Radio reported.
"We want to be a party of the [Prime Minister Binyamin] Netanyahu government, we're his natural partners. But right now no one is negotiating with us," she said.
Shaked said her party is prepared for all options, including going to elections again and sitting in the opposition.
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