The agreement, which was approved by the party tribunal, stipulates that a special majority (more than 50 percent of committee members) will be needed to form a joint Knesset slate with another party.
Bill that would impose regulations on non-profit organizations being funded by foreign governments passes key legislative hurdle.
The legislation, which opponents say unfairly targets left-wing organizations, is expected to receive the support of all the coalition's factions.
Moshe Kahlon's Kulanu party is expected to support the bill, which would require representatives of groups funded by foreign governments to disclose that in various settings.
Legislation proposed by Habayit Hayehudi MK Nissan Slomiansky would require courts to rely on 'principles of Hebrew law' in cases with no clear legal provision, either in the form of Israeli statute or Israeli court precedent.
Members of NGOs receiving most of their funding from abroad would have to wear a tag at Knesset committee meetings; bill, proposed by Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, is widely seen as a way to draw attention to left-wing NGOs.
Law aimed at circumventing ban on allocations to WZO Settlement Division.
Shalom, interior minister and deputy prime minister at the time of his resignation from office, was accused of sexual harassment by at least six women.
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon says he’ll be happy to run with Sa’ar in new political partnership.
The attempt is a backlash against the prohibition of public transportation in most of Israel on the Sabbath.