Gabbay: Gantz, Lapid must say they won't join a Netanyahu led coalition

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January 12, 2019 13:20
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Labor leader Avi Gabbay called center-left party leaders Yair Lapid [Yesh Atid] and Benny Gantz [Israel Resilience Party] on Saturday to publicly say they will not join a future coalition led by Benjamin Netanyahu should he win the upcoming April elections.  
 
Speaking in Netanya, Gabbay said that unless the two party leaders do so, they will "take the votes of people who want change and hand them over to Netanyahu." 

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