Netanyahu Urges More to Defect as Bennett Turns to Damage Control

Bennett calls on party members to focus on stabilizing the coalition after its whip Idit Sliman announced her resignation, catching the PM by surprise

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Opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu slammed Prime Minister Naftali Bennett's government, calling it "weak" and urging more lawmakers to follow the coalition whip's shock defection earlier on Wednesday.

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