With three days left until his mandate to form a government expires, Kahol Lavan leader Benny Gantz scrambles between meetings with party heads on Sunday in an attempt to secure the necessary seats for a coalition, while Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party braces for the possible indictment of its chairman.
On Saturday Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned against the possibility that Gantz will establish a minority government by Arab lawmakers. Likud said it will hold an "emergency rally" on Sunday in Tel Aviv to protest "a minority government supported by the Arab parties."
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