Likud's Minister of Culture Miri Reavev is set to decide on who will be the next prime minister of Israel on Friday because people will go to the second election in a year, and the polls suggest that there will be further political uncertainty and there is no real way of its establishment. government.
In an interview with 103FM, Rezhev suggested the leader of the Beineuin party, Avigdor Lieberman, to be the person to decide who would be the next coalition.
God himself decides who will be the next prime minister. I do not know who will decide who will be prime minister, "he said.
Regev has not given a clear idea of his religious position before, but in his beliefs it is between secular and masor (or conservative). It has previously spoken against government-sponsored events or state-owned officials who respect Shabbatt, but religious views are not clearly seen in its rhetoric.
Reefer appealed to Lieberman, who refused to join the coalition after the April elections, appealing to the key factor for the new election – "fraud and fraud."
"He deceived people when I told him I was [Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu. These 20-year promises gave a zero result, "he said. "Whoever votes for Lieberman will vote for that."
Lieberman refused to join the new government of Netanyahu if the Yeshiva students did not accept the draft law on compulsory military service, while the prime minister's ultra-Orthodox coalition partners did not accept this offer.
If Israel is not Beineu, Netanyahu was less than one of the ruling coalition leaders. Instead of notifying the president that he was unable to form a coalition – this task might have been handed over to another Knesset – Netanyahu dissolved the parliament and called for a new election.
Since then, Netanyahu and his Likud Party have attempted to take part in a traditional Russian vote that violated Lieberman's authority. Instead, the former defense minister is expected to rise only in polling stations and win his party in five of 10 out of 120 seats in the Knesset.
In many polls, Netanyahu's Likud seems to have no Knesset party with religious right and ultra-Orthodox parties following a sharp fall in Prime Minister and Lieberman in May. Thus, after Netanyahu's election on September 17, he did not come to power after the April elections – maybe this task may be even more severe.
Lieberman repeatedly called on Netanyahu Liquid to form a government that includes his own party, which has no centralist blue and white and ultra-Orthodox.
Likud's David Bitan says he hopes to join Netanyahu this month Bennie Gantz, leader The Blue and White Alliance is in the next government, but its deputy Yair Lapid is not half the Alliance.
Meanwhile, blue and white leaders said they would be glad to form a coalition with Likud if Netanyahu did not rule.
Israeli Beiten directed his campaign to criticize the ultra-Orthodox community and present himself as an independent, secular and anti-religious compulsion.
Although the Ultra-Orthodox was enjoyed before the release of compulsory military service, the Supreme Court issued a law in 2017 that released members of society from serving in the Israeli defense forces, making lawmakers draft new laws regulating their entry. stopped.