Less than 24 hours after saying that New Right was running alone as a liberal, right-wing party, Bennett hails unity of entire spectrum of religious-Zionist world; Otzma and Bayit Yehudi are defiant.
Merger negotiations between The National Union and Bayit Yehudi have broken down, as both parties seek ways to clear the electoral threshold and not lose votes for the Right.
Bayit Yehudi and National Union still in negotiations for joint run.
New Right will also target Blue and White voters in Tel Aviv and the Sharon coastal district.
Former Bayit Yehudi leaders Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked tried in vain to make the party more socially liberal and less beholden to the religious-Zionist rabbis.
"He is treated in an official manner that he does not deserve."
In a convention for The New Right party, Defense Minister Naftali Bennet said that despite the merger with Likud for the current Knesset, in a third election the party will run independently.
Party spokeswoman says no offers from Likud to join, nor have there been any negotiations.
“Shaked promised a large Republican party and we got a little Bayit Yehudi,” Ben-Gvir said. “Now I just hope they don’t let a left-wing government be formed.”