Sources: Peace gestures could lead Bennett to leave gov't

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June 30, 2013 09:05

 
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The good will gestures that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is being asked to make in order to restart negotiations with the Palestinians could cause Naftali Bennett's Bayit Yehudi party to leave the coalition, Israel Radio quoted diplomatic sources in Jerusalem as saying on Sunday.

According to the sources, US Secretary of State John Kerry will continue his efforts to restart negotiations even if his current visit to the region fails to yield a breakthrough.

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