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Liberman added left-wing Labor, Meretz and the Arab parties to his list of who could not be brought into a coalition.
"The abolition of the prohibition of gender segregation in public events is a religious coercion that constitutes a violation of equality and misogynistic discrimination funded by the government."
"The prime minister said he was ready to throw away Liberman," he said. "I hope Gabbay shows everyone what is on his phone."
The Prime Minister and leader of Yisrael Beytenu will convene to discuss the coalition negotiations and the issue of the draft bill. MK Yair Lapid to MK Avigdor Liberman: "Do not give up."
By YANIR COZIN/MAARIV
The sources disclaimed that Netanyahu will consider calling for elections once more if he sees no significant progress with the coalition talks during the upcoming week.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The prime minister’s remarks came as the cabinet voted to cancel the limitation on the number of ministers in a government, which would make it easier to reach coalition agreements.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Coalition talks impasse continues; major parties haven’t submitted candidates for State Comptroller
A month into coalition negotiations, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Likud have yet to sign even one agreement.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
PM plans to promote immunity law for elected officials, opposition MKs call Knesset meeting to speak out against it.
Yisrael Beytenu leader says he won’t enter a coalition without a guarantee that a law banning DNA testing by the rabbinical courts will be passed
By JEREMY SHARON
Likely partners agree to cancel limit on number of ministers; negotiations to continue Sunday after holidays hiatus.
Between Hamas’s onslaught on civilians of the South and this week’s Remembrance and Independence Days, the coalition talks have not moved forward, meaning Netanyahu will have to ask for an extension
Avigdor Liberman has hardened his stance in coalition talks.
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