Shmuli: Gantz must 'clearly say' he won't join Netanyahu government

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January 14, 2019 14:15
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Senior Labor Party MK Itzik Shmuli called for Israel Resilience Party leader Benny Gantz to clearly refuse to join a government led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a post on Twitter Monday.

"This is an important statement, but it is impossible to criticize the harmful actions of this government and to leave open the option of joining it at the same time," Shmuli said. "Not only in the case of the Nation-State Law, but also the corruption, nationalism and overreach that this government has caused. Gantz and his party must start talking and clearly commit to the change that their supporters surely want."

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