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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."
Neither the coalition nor the opposition will really be passing any laws in the Knesset under the current political constellation.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Bennett: Election will likely be held in May.
Although one of the bill’s leading sponsors is a member of the Likud, it is unlikely to go to a vote soon.
Yisrael Beytenu leader MK Avigdor Liberman, who pulled his party from the government two weeks ago, reiterated on Tuesday that he would not support the Sa’ar bill.
'Bill is attack on rule of law.'
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The cultural loyalty bill, which was set to be put to a final vote on Monday, allows the Culture Ministry to deny funding to cultural works that disrespect state symbols.
What additional achievements will it be able to present to the Israeli public when asking for a renewed mandate in 2019?
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
The only MK to benefit from a narrow coalition is Likud rebel Oren Hazan, who reportedly was able to have a court date postponed.
Kahlon is not on board yet, but Netanyahu managed to back Bennett into a corner, away from election threats.
Education minister admits defeat in Netanyahu's political game, says its more important to beat Hamas.
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