Shas Chairman Eli Yishai asked that the list of security cabinet ministers not be announced on Sunday. The request for the delay came after Yishai's demand that Shas receive two seats on the security cabinet.
Kadima will hold seven seats on the cabinet, according to Israel Radio, while Labor will hold three, and Shas and the Gil Pensioners' Party are expected to receive one each.
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