The two politicians who hold the key to the formation of the next government, Yamina leader Naftali Bennett and Ra’am (United Arab List) leader Mansour Abbas met at the Knesset on Wednesday.
The two men dealt with their parties’ views on the current political situation and the meeting went well, a Yamina spokesman said.
It was the first meeting between Bennett and Abbas since efforts to form a government began.
During the election, Bennett ruled out a coalition formed with the support of Abbas’s party. But he is expected to remove the veto now that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is willing to build a coalition relying on Abbas.
More meetings between Bennett and Abbas are expected in the days ahead.The Religious Zionist Party responded that “Bennett took another dangerous and irresponsible step toward setting a precedent by forming a left-wing government backed by a party that supports terror and the murderers of children.”
Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman referenced former US President Donald Trump in a Twitter post about the urgency of forming a government.
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