Sa'ar: 'Gov't's stay in power should be shortened'
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Likud faction leader MK Gideon Sa'ar said on Monday that Israel must "shorten the life of the government as much as possible."
Speaking to the Knesset before the summer recess, Sa'ar said that "in the current session, the government has been busy primarily with survival and switching seats."
He also addressed the decision to pardon former MK Naomi Blumenthal, saying that in current circumstances it was the right choice.
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