United Torah Judaism Factions Set to Settle Dispute, Unite for Election

Under emerging agreement, party list will condition its joining the coalition on raising state budget for the ‘recognized but unofficial’ and ‘exempt’ schools

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The factions comprising the United Torah Judaism party, Agudat Israel and Degel Hatorah, agreed on Monday to continue their joint electoral run. The factions had disagreed on demands for education budgets in future coalition negotiations, and have reached an accord, three days before the parties submit their rosters for the election.

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