(Worthy News) - Likud party chief Benjamin Netanyahu is reportedly looking into a joint run with right-wing and religious factions in Israel’s upcoming national elections, as he warned Wednesday that some smaller parties on the right may fail to enter the Knesset if they do not join forces.
One possibility being considered would see all parties on the right — including the ultra-Orthodox Shas and United Torah Judaism parties — run on a single slate as a “technical bloc,” the Walla news site reported Wednesday.
Under such an arrangement, the parties would not formally merge and could go their own ways after the March 2 vote. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More...) ]
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