Statement comes in wake of Kahlon’s declared opposition to legislation.
At least four senior Likud MKs wanted that job for themselves.
Having experienced genocide, Jews should be the first to recognize it, says MK Zehava Galon at Jerusalem ceremony.
Kulanu wrests planning administration from Interior Ministry, which is slated for Shas.
Kahlon insists disagreement has not reached crisis proportions, as sources in both parties suspect Netanyahu is secretly grateful for excuse to bury bills.
Israeli premier says he needs more time to form a stable government; Rivlin: The people want a government capable of making tough decisions.
Bills would increase government's power in choosing High Court justices, president.
Proposal calls for a 60 percent majority to reelect a party chairman who has served three or more terms.
Isaac Herzog reiterates that Zionist Union will stay out of the 'right-wing government.'
Party leader reiterates it won't join Netanyahu in a unity government.