Netanyahu promises two ministries to Bayit Yehudi and National Union-report

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February 20, 2019 16:39
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reportedly agreed with the heads of Bayit Yehudi and the National Union to give them two ministries in the next government in return for the right-wing parties' alliance with the far-right Otzma Yehudit, Israeli media reported.

Netanyahu also promised the number 28 reserved slot on the Likud list he holds, to a member of Bayit Yehudi.KAN said that Bayit Yehudi head Rafi Peretz would receive the Education Ministry and National Union leader Bezalel Smotrich would be given the Housing Ministry.




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