(Worthy News) – Justice Minister and New Hope Chairman Gideon Sa’ar on Friday rejected the possibility of running a center-right bloc in the next election and insisted his party would run as a separate entity, Srugim reported on Sunday.
In Friday’s zoom meeting with party activists, Sa’ar said: “New Hope will run in the next election as it has done in the last election, as New Hope, and will get more than the 208,000 votes we received then because we will be able to demonstrate to the Israeli public more action and effectiveness than any other party in the State of Israel.”
New Hope received 6 seats in the current Knesset, but recent polls show both it and Naftali Bennett’s Yamina on the precipice of elimination in the coming election, with Yamina performing better than New Hope. [ Source: Jewish Press (Read More…) ]
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