Coalition deal reportedly to give Bennett, Lapid mutual veto powers

According to Hebrew media reports, the coalition agreement that parties in the “change government” have agreed to includes expanding the so-called Norwegian Law, allowing ministers to give up their seats in the Knesset for other members of their parties, and giving both Yamina chief Naftali Bennett and Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid mutual veto power.

Yamina will reportedly only sign a coalition agreement with Yesh Atid, which in turn will ink separate coalition deals with the other six factions slated to be in the proposed government.

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