Bennett: Otzma Yehudit is kosher in a technical bloc.
National Union leader Bezalel Smotrich revealed in an interview with KAN Radio that Peretz is not ruling out letting Shaked head the list.
High Court over-ride law not included in coalition agreements because of common desire between Likud, right-wing religious and hared parties to pass such legislation
The Kan survey posited that, once again, Avigdor Liberman's Yisrael Beyteinu could determine the formation of the government.
According to KAN, Shaked wants to lead URP but also be able to break off and join Likud.
At the same time, the National Union also decided to keep its list of candidates for the general election in September the same as the April elections.
“If there will be a joint list of right-wing parties, I need to be at the top, because I bring the most mandates,” Shaked was quoted by KAN as telling Bayit Yehudi activists last week.
The central committee also voted to preserve its electoral list from the last elections, and that unity agreements with other parties could be approved within 48 hours.
Smotrich appointed security cabinet member. "We will return to dialogue of victory and the destruction of the enemy."
The survey by Radio 103FM showed that if Gabi Ashkenazi were to head it, Blue and White would be the largest party with 35 seats and Likud would only receive 33.