Feiglin confirms seeking political bond for Zehut

June 1, 2019 23:41
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Zehut party leader Moshe Feiglin released a statement late Saturday night expressing interest in running together with like-minded parties in the September 17 repeat election.

His party won 118,031 votes in the April 9 election, some 22,000 votes below the electoral threshold. Feiglin cofirmed that he met on Thursday with New Right leader Naftali Bennett, whose party also narrowly missed the threshold.
"We are seeking political bonds that will increase the freedom camp," Feiglin said. "We will not bonds that confuse or harm our ideas that we entered politics to promote," Feiglin said. "We call on all political figures who see themselves as part of the freedom camp to set their personal interests aside and create a technical bloc that will run on a united list in the upcoming election."   

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