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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."
Likud sources had also said they could make due with Bayit Yehudi if Smotrich did not tone down his demands.
By GIL HOFFMAN
"With all our will to join the coalition and despite our flexibility, we will not concede our basic principles," Liberman wrote on Twitter on Saturday night.
After its membership is confirmed, the 21st Knesset is expected to be sworn in at the end of the month, with a delay due to Passover.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Zandberg said every party should say “yes” when asked if they would sit Arab parties in a coalition.
In comparison to other parliamentary democracies, Israel is politically unpredictable. The Jewish state has endured over 30 coalition governments since 1948.
By DANIEL J. SAMET
"I will do everything possible to expand the ranks of the coalition as much as possible"
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
McGurk’s role as anti-ISIS envoy came with some political baggage, particularly with regards to Iraq where he did not jell with the Trump administration’s view on the Iranian threat.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Three MKs threatened to nix prime minister's flagship bill.
Negotiations still have not succeeded with the haredi (ultra-Orthodox) parties and with the Hitorerut Party of councilman Ofer Berkovitch.
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