After Threats, Bennett Ally Courted by Netanyahu Meets With Minister in Bid to Save Coalition

Finance Minister Lieberman yields to Yamina lawmaker Nir Orbach's demand on subsidies to ultra-Orthodox day care. Orbach also demanded steps to promote settlement construction

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Israeli lawmaker Nir Orbach, a member of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett's party who demanded more "right-wing steps" to stop him from joining the opposition, agreed with Finance Minister Avigdor Lieberman on one of his key demands in a Thursday meeting.

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