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Netanyahu’s would-be Likud successors.
Gideon Sa’ar said Israel has exhausted its options for a two-state solution.
Social Equality Minister Gamliel: ‘Enough of being politically correct; let us be biblically correct’
Sa'ar will not challenge Netanyahu in Likud leadership race, he announces.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
In addition, Union of Right-wing Parties MK Bezalel Smotrich has said he plans to insist on having the initiative be part of his party's coalition agreement with the Likud.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Darkenu aspires toward a State of Israel led by a government that believes in Israel as national home for the Jewish people and democratic state for all its citizens.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
The minute Sa'ar will be in a position of power, he'll say, 'Things look differently from here," Yair Netanyahu said.
By MAARIV ONLINE
Sa’ar tells The Post he is ready to return to politics, but also acutely aware of the sacrifices he and his family will have to make on the way.
"For whoever had doubt, I'm declaring my candidacy in the primaries. I believe that my success in the first round of voting will assist Likud in succeeding in general elections."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Meretz chairwoman Tamar Zandberg represented the opposition and said that “the coalition is not doing anything other than preserving a corrupt prime minister’s seat.
“There is a lacuna in the law that must be fixed; it’s clear,” Netanyahu said at a meeting of Likud ministers on Sunday.
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.
Shaked: This coalition is difficult. Kahlon takes a stand against Netanyahu on ‘Sa’ar bill’.
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