Knesset Building in Israel.
(Worthy News) - The days of the ruling 61-MK coalition appear to be numbered, a senior government official said Tuesday.
"There's a new drama almost every week, fusses and deals, MKs acting on their own to propose bills. It looks like the beginning of the end. Mostly it looks like [Finance Minister] Moshe Kahlon wants to break up the government, but not be blamed for it. It's not clear how much longer we can go on like this," the official said.
According to the official, the issue of military conscription for the ultra-Orthodox cannot be resolved at this time. On Tuesday, the government asked the High Court of Justice for an extension of four months to arrive at a compromise on the matter. [ Source: Israel Hayom (Read More...) ]
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