Even if the budget deadline will be extended, we all know it is just a patch. The animosity between Netanyahu and Gantz, which leads to an inability to work, will continue.
“Positive progress has been made with Blue and White, and I hope this advancement will bear fruit,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said
Netanyahu and Gantz appear to be on a collision course that would end in a historic fourth election.
"This is like a couple who wants a divorce and are about to sign on it any minute," Coalition chairman Miki Zohar claimed.
The Blue and White party stressed that they would "not allow anti-democratic legislation."
The series of disciplinary actions led to heavy criticism from one Likud MK, protest from another, and denunciation by opposition MKs of what were described as Zohar’s heavy-handed actions.
Where is Gantz? The IDF can handle this fight, and he knows it. He should fight for it.
Strategic Affairs Minister Orit Farkash-Hacohen was in conversation with Jerusalem Post Editor-in-Chief Yaakov Katz.
We believe Netanyahu should be treated like all his predecessors. But that does not explain the need for the APM and the benefits creating that role afford.
Netanyahu wants to open the coalition deal to ensure that he would remain prime minister if elections are held.