(Worthy News) - Blue and White and Likud continued to disparage one another and express extreme skepticism about the possibility of building a coalition, even as the parties held talks to form a unity government.
The negotiating teams for the two large parties met on Thursday morning in Ramat Gan and plan to meet again on Sunday. Blue and White leaders Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid joined the negotiators for part of the meeting.
Speaking at an event for party activists Thursday night, Gantz said he wants "a broad, liberal unity government - or any other way to form a government…I will make every effort to make progress…I am determined to have a government and not an election.” [ Source: Jerusalem Post (Read More...) ]
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