Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman criticized the government's implementation of coronavirus restrictions on Tuesday, saying "what is the logic of limiting a 400-meter restaurant to 20 patrons? That is why we will do everything to take this government down. Simply because it has no right to exist."Liberman made the remarks during a joint discussion with the Yisrael Beytenu Party and employees from the Israeli culture industry. "As people, we are different from other creatures, mainly because we consume culture," Liberman said during the meeting, adding that "the political echelon, which considers culture to be marginal, has no right to exist... It doesn't make any sense that we have people sitting here who have paid taxes their whole lives, and don't receive anything when they find themselves in danger." Liberman concluded by saying, "I urge all people with common sense and the sense of justice not to despair, but to continue to act. One must protest, one must speak, each one in his own slot. I am sure that together we can change the situation and the world. We must produce a much better reality."Yisrael Beytenu Party members echoed Liberman's statements, with MK Oded Forer saying that "the biggest crisis amid the coronavirus [outbreak] is the administrative crisis."He added that "even now, in the fifth month of the crisis, there is no neat plan, no reference scenario and no outline of aid and compensation for the victims."