Bennett refuses to commit to recommending Netanyahu for PM in next election

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June 21, 2016 12:11

 
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Education Minister Naftali Bennett on Tuesday refused to commit to recommending Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to form the government after the next elections.

Speaking to Army Radio, Bennett said, "We will see. It is really early and I've been hearing rumors of more right wing parties, there is no reason for me to commit three years before the elections." 

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