Gantz’s National Unity accepts Herzog framework, urges Netanyahu to come on board
Carrie Keller-Lynn is a political and legal correspondent for The Times of Israel
Benny Gantz’s National Unity party says it “accepts the president’s framework as one piece” and “as a basis for legislation, instead of the existing dangerous legislative outline” that the coalition is advancing.
Gantz has been the most vocal opposition politician calling for compromise. His party further calls on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to adopt the president’s framework.
“We call on Netanyahu and all the elements in the political system to behave responsibly, at this fateful hour, to adopt the outline, and to start promoting it immediately,” a party statement says.