;;Bennett has said that his party will leave the coalition if there is any likelihood of an agreement to dismantle settlements, which is certainly to be expected. The question is whether the Likud and Yisrael Beitenu would support such an agreement. If so, Yacimovich has already made it clear that Labor would join the coalition in order to make a peace deal possible. So it all boils to what Netanyahu really wants and what he can get his party and its electoral partner to go along with.
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