Netanyahu: Add the numbers, Gantz and Lapid must rely on Arab parties

March 4, 2019 20:44
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“[Blue and White leaders] Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid made Purim come early,” said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday evening, “they decided to put on costumes early. There is no Left, they say, there is no Right.”

“I tell them, don’t be ashamed,” he said, “it is fine to hold Left wing views, the wrong thing is to hide it from your voters. So let us help them remove the masks.” “What are they saying?” said Netanyahu, “Gantz said we have to implement what we learned in the evacuation of the Gaza strip in other places...I will not let that happen.” 

Netanyahu said Gantz and Lapid will have to form a coalition with Arab parties due to their refusal to create one with him leading Likud. 

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