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Netanyahu tells right-wing partners he’ll ‘uphold principles of the national camp’

Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke with all the leaders of the right-wing religious bloc, after signing the unity deal with Blue and White chairman Benny Gantz, the premier’s spokesman says.

“The prime minister said that the establishment of a unity government in the face of the coronavirus pandemic is a national imperative.

“The prime minister pledged that he will continue to uphold the principles of the national camp and the right-wing bloc within the unity government,” Netanyahu’s spokesman says in a statement.

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