Likud chair Binaymin Netanyahu made the final appointments for his party's coalition negotiating team on Tuesday night.
In addition to former justice minister Yaakov Neeman, who had already been appointed to head the Likud team, Netanyahu announced that faction head Gideon Sa'ar, MK Ze'ev Elkin, former minister Eliezer Sandberg and journalist Natan Eshel would be involved in negotiations.
Coalition talks between the Likud and other right-wing parties are scheduled to begin Wednesday.
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