UTJ would consider joining center-left coalition

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October 30, 2012 18:44

 
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United Torah Judaism warned on Tuesday that it is open to all possible political avenues after the elections and would consider joining a coalition government of the center left bloc instead of the right.

“We’re not beholden to Bibi, we’re not in his hands, and we won’t automatically go with the [political] right bloc,” a UTJ official told The Jerusalem Post on Tuesday.

“There are other options and we will consider them all,” he continued.

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