Rightists may have something to fear after all as Channel Ten reports Monday evening that rumors of a potential unity government between Likud and the Zionist Union 9Labor-Hatnua -ed.) are alive and well.
Associates of the Prime Minister said Monday that Binyamin Netanyahu would not exclude the addition of Yitzhak Herzog and the Zionist Union party to his next government.
Only Sunday Netanyahu reiterated statements made throughout his election campaign that there was too great an ideological rift between Likud and Zionist Union for any sort of agreement to be reached.
Now, however, sources close to the Prime Minister say that Netanyahu is not ruling a unity government, especially as it seems that negotiations with Likud’s “natural partners” are facing difficulties.
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