Likud, Kulanu say progress made in coalition talks

April 21, 2015 00:36


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Kulanu leader Moshe Kahlon on Monday night, in a meeting billed as having a "good atmosphere," as negotiations to form a government before a May 6 deadline continue.

At the same time, Kulanu representatives were meeting the Likud's negotiating team at the Knesset.

The two men "made progress" in the talks, said a statement issued by both Likud and Kulanu. A follow-up session has been scheduled for Tuesday.

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