Likud MK: Vote on right-wing bills will show ‘where the left wants to lead Bennett and Sa’ar’

Ahead of the Knesset committee vote on fast-tracking a number of right-wing legislative proposals, Likud MK Miki Zohar suggests the move is aimed at dividing Prime Minister Netanyahu’s political rivals, who may get a shot at forming a unity government when the premier’s mandate to do so expires at midnight.

“With the help of God, at 17:30 all Israeli citizens will know where the left wants to lead Bennett and Sa’ar,” Zohar tweets, referring respectively to the heads of the right-wing Yamina and New Hope parties.

He adds: “The vote in the Arrangements [Committee] on all these laws will clarify the meaning of a left-wing government with a tiny right-wing fig leaf on top.”

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