Coalition talks between Netanyahu, Lapid and Bennett end

March 11, 2013 00:31


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Coalition talks between Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Yesh Atid Leader Yair Lapid, Bayit Yehudi chairman Naftali Bennett and former foreign minister Avigdor Liberman came to an end just before midnight on Sunday.

The meeting was meant to solve the remaining problems before a new coalition is sworn in.

The parties did not immediately divulge what was agreed to at the meeting. Negotiating teams for the parties were continuing discussions on the content of the coalition agreement.

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