Likud source: Bayit Yehudi will definitely be part of gov't

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
January 27, 2013 17:02

 
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The Likud seriously downplayed the importance of reported tension between Bayit Yehudi chairman Naftali Bennett and the wife of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, stating definitively that Bennett's party would be part of the prime minister's future coalition.

Haaretz reported Sunday that Sara Netanyahu blames Bennett for leaks that led to investigations about the funding for Netanyahu's trips abroad. The report stated that Sara Netanyahu "vetoed" the inclusion of Bayit Yehudi in her husband's coalition because of her personal grudge.

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