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A statement issued by the party said that the meeting was "good and productive."
“We are supporting Netanyahu, we are at Netanyahu’s side,” said Deri.
"We note that Mr. Barak’s assertion that he was not party to Mr. Epstein’s illegal activities is a denial of a claim we have never made."
Despite Netanyahu’s insistence that he will stick with his traditional haredi political partners, there is also more of a chance now that a national unity coalition can be formed.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
At a press conference in Tel Aviv, Barak vowed that his as yet unnamed party would be the basis for more political bonds.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Without Liberman, the Right-wing parties stand at 59 seats, two below the minimum for forming a coalition.
By TAMAR BEERI
Report: Prime minister is considering a shake-up of portfolios.
The poll found that two thirds of Israelis are upset by the decision to disperse the Knesset a month after it was sworn in and hold another election.
Netanyahu accused Liberman of telling another party head that he would not join the government because if he did, "Netanyahu will last another 10 years."
It is the second time this week that the president addressed the political situation in Israel.
By OMRI NAHMIAS
Netanyahu spoke angrily about Liberman after the vote to disperse the Knesset passed 74-45.
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