Sovereignty Movement supports annexation moves before any Biden takeover

Biden has expressed opposition in the past to Israeli plans to annex settlements in the West Bank under President Trump's 'Deal of the Century.'

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden gestures after disembarking from a plane upon landing at Ben Gurion International Airport in Lod, near Tel Aviv, Israel March 8, 2016 (photo credit: REUTERS/BAZ RATNER)
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden gestures after disembarking from a plane upon landing at Ben Gurion International Airport in Lod, near Tel Aviv, Israel March 8, 2016
(photo credit: REUTERS/BAZ RATNER)
Amid tensions surrounding the elections results in the United States, the Sovereignty Movement in Israel has declared its support of Yamina MK Bezalel Smotrich in his call to establish facts in the potential application of sovereignty over parts of the West Bank.
The issue has become more pressing for the movement because if Joe Biden emerges victorious from the US elections, his government will resume power in January.
Biden has expressed opposition in the past to Israeli plans to annex settlements in the West Bank under President Donald Trump's "Deal of the Century."
Sovereignty movement leaders Yehudit Katsover and Nadia Matar called upon all members of the Knesset's national camp and Land of Israel loyalists who support the application of sovereignty “to join the call of MK Smotrich and to exert significant political pressure to exploit the window of opportunity created in the interval between the two US administrations in order to apply sovereignty without establishing a Palestinian state.”