Party's candidates were split on deal earlier, but have voted on accepting it
He promised Feiglin a ministry, just like he promised the Pensioners Party back in 2009.
"Our paths were not exactly paved with roses," Feiglin said. "There were more downs than ups, but I can tell as a bike rider when we are on our way up."
Feiglin said that an agreement "is beginning to look achievable" and that the two sides were "close to completing an agreement" that would require Zehut to quit its run.
He added that if he received an offer that was worthy, he would bring it to all the members of Zehut for a vote.
The Zehut, Otzma Yehudit and Noam parties have been under pressure from Likud members and Chabad Rabbis to drop out of the race, so as to not lose thousands of potential votes.
No compromises as yet from United Right on unity deal with Otzma with Thursday evening deadline looming
Another leader said about the party's new candidate: ‘I don’t know him. I met him yesterday outside the Knesset. He’s a soldier. He seemed nice, so I put him on the list.’
“Zehut is the only party with an ideology that offers answers to the problems Israel has not just in the short term but a long term vision of what Israel should be,” said Yehoshua Dalin.