Coalition talks begin; Likud-Beytenu to meet Yesh Atid

February 3, 2013 07:00

Coalition talks officially began on Sunday, after President Shimon Peres tasked Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu with forming the next government.

Likud Beytenu’s negotiating team will meet with Yesh Atid, Bayit Yehudi and Shas in Ramat Gan on Sunday, on the first day of coalition talks.

Netanyahu has 28 days from Saturday to form a new government, but may request a 14-day extension.

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