Netanyahu strikes deal with hardline parties ahead of Israel elections

Netanyahu strikes deal with hardline parties ahead of Israel elections

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has struck a preliminary election deal with two fringe religious-nationalist parties in a bid to unify his bloc ahead of April elections. Netanyahu’s Likud party announced Wednesday it would reserve the 28th spot on its parliamentary list for the Jewish Home party and grant it two Cabinet ministries if it merges with the Jewish Power party.

Timothy
Timothy
Hannibal
Hannibal 1 year

Interesting. So according to Fox these far-right parties are actually far right. They're advocating the expulsion of all Palestinians from Israeli territory.

Mr. A
Mr. A 1 year

Confirming what we already knew.

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