Gideon Sa'ar: Do not make Norwegian Law permanent
Gideon Sa’ar talks to the ‘Post’ about Netanyahu, the reforms needed in the legal system and why he won’t let there be a Palestinian state.
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The Times of London listed him late Thursday as one of its "Rising stars: Twenty faces to look out for in 2020."
"We all vote against our conscience when it comes to many issues," David Bitan explained. "This is not an issue of principles."
Sa'ar is backed by the New Likudniks, who want to see Netanyahu step down over the corruption charges against him.
"I asked for you trust and your votes in order to bring about the vision that the people of Israel expect," Sa'ar said.
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Netanyahu has been careful during his 13 years in power to never anoint a successor. He never appointed a vice prime minister.
"Dear friends, in the last hours and days, unfortunately, the other side is spreading extreme fake news: lies, slander, and even racist statements,” Sa’ar wrote on his Facebook page.