Debate moves into less formal, more bitter stage

Avigdor Liberman says the current corruption investigation in which his party is embroiled is “a targeted political strike.” He continually mentions the fact that the court exonerated him in his various corruption probes.

Moshe Kahlon, empathetic, says “a man’s dignity” must be respected.

The debate has now moved into a less rigid framework, with Yonit Levy and political reporter Amit Segal lobbing questions.

Segal redirects the debate to Deri and Lapid and asks whether they will sit in the same government. Both refuse to rule it out unequivocally; it is evident that the animosity between them is great, and at least Deri, who seems to have a very emotional streak, looks personally hurt by Lapid.


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