The Likud faction in the Knesset was expected to hold a meeting Wednesday morning in order to coordinate the resignation of Likud ministers from the current cabinet.
The Likud ministers were expected to resign in line with election promises made by newly-elected Chairman Binyamin Netanyahu that he would pull Likud ministers from the government.
Likud ministers were expected to resign after the January 3rd, the date when the Likud Party will select its party list for the upcoming elections.
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