Opposition leaders to appear for joint statement at 7 p.m.

Opposition leaders announce they will give a statement to the press at 7 p.m. in Tel Aviv.

The event will be attended by the leaders of the Yesh Atid, National Unity, Yisrael Beytenu and Ra’am parties, all of whom were part of the last government. The Hadash-Ta’al alliance, which is not aligned with any bloc, will be absent.

An opposition statement doesn’t say what the officials will discuss, but it comes as National Unity leader Benny Gantz again calls on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to adopt President Isaac Herzog’s judicial reform proposal as a basis for talks, after the coalition rejected it yesterday.

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