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Bibi wants a national unity government, because his narrow, bare minimum 61 out of 120 MK coalition is too tight to allow him to make any policy changes. That's, davka, why I like it. I hate to think what he and Leftist Herzog have up their sleeves when putting them together.
Arutz 7 claims they're negotiating...
Report: Netanyahu offers Zionist Union nine gov't ministriesLately, Isaac Buji Herzog has been making statements that give the impression he has moved towards the Right, meaning Center. And since Bibi has been doing the same from the Right, their positions are meeting/similar in some cases. I guess they are now following the same game plan...
Unity gov't talks continue apace, as sources close to the prime minister say he's made a very generous offer to opposition leader Herzog.
It means that next elections there will be nothing to choose between; both large parties will be pretty much the same. Granted that the MKs aren't, but they don't run the show.
If Herzog bites, then will Tsippi come along? And will Bennett remain in the coalition?
What do you think?