Written copies of the Likud-Yisrael Beytenu unity deal will be disseminated at the Likud Central Committee vote on the merger set to take place Monday evening.
The agreement states that the parties will run together for the 19th Knesset in joint list in which each party will be represented in proportion to its current number of seats – 27 for Likud and 15 for Yisrael Beytenu.
"The agreement does not change the identity of Likud, but strengthens the country and government stability," party spokeswoman Noga Katz said.
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