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As Decisive 61st Vote, Rogue Lawmaker Can Take Down Bennett's Gov't

Still intoxicated by the nostalgic scent of the sweat and water cannons from the anti-Netanyahu protests, the retiring minister turned independent lawmaker will be open for negotiations, on his own terms

Yossi Verter
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Eli Avidar’s angry, bitter speech of resignation from the government – three months late – sounded more like an announcement of the formation of a new party. “Real change is on the way!” the minister promised.

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