To Oust Netanyahu, Israeli Left-wing Parties Are Asked to Make a Hefty Sacrifice

Members of the anti-Netanyahu bloc fear that if Bennett's demands aren't met, he might renege on his wish to form a unity government, and go with Netanyahu in the end

Jonathan Lis
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu strictly refers to government that may arise to replace him as a left-wing government with a 'token right-wing leader,' referring to Yamina chairman Naftali Bennett. But in actuality, left-wing parties have been pushed away from the negotiating table, and decisions are being made without considering their requests.

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