Yediot: The differences are widening between Netanyahu and Gantz, and the elections are closer

 The Hebrew newspaper Yediot Aharonot said, today, Thursday, that the differences between the Likud led by Benjamin Netanyahu and the blue-white leadership of Benny Gantz are increasing with the passage of time, and they appeared more clearly after Netanyahu's speech last night, which directed During which Gantz is accused of responsibility for any re-election.

According to the newspaper, there are still no real contacts behind the scenes between the Israeli parties - as was reported by some other sources yesterday - about preventing the fourth new elections that will take place within two years.

The newspaper considered that Netanyahu's speech and attacking Gantz and accusing him of being dragged behind Yair Lapid and Naftali Bennett in their desire to go to new elections, is a big step forward towards the elections.

The newspaper indicated that the Haredi parties decided to remain in the right-wing bloc, while the Joint List may witness a crack due to the position of Mansour Abbas, who preferred not to vote in favor of dissolving the Knesset yesterday, while Avigdor Lieberman, leader of the Yisrael Beiteinu party, is the only one who did not speak or say Something during the dramatic day yesterday.

She pointed out that the leadership of the Blue and White party is still discussing any better way for them to choose the elections, even though they voted yesterday in favor of a bill to dissolve the Knesset in the "first" preliminary reading.

She stated that next Monday, the Knesset committee will hold a meeting to discuss the bill before it is put back before the General Assembly for a vote on it in the second and third readings, noting that Blue and White will try to pass the law through the committee in which it has a majority, while the right, especially Likud, will seek to transfer it to The Law and Constitution Committee controlled by the Haredi and Likud parties.

Minister Michael Biton of the Blue and White party believes that it is possible to save the government and not go to the elections, but that depends on Netanyahu's position on passing the budget, and then sitting for dialogue on other issues, indicating that his party, like others, does not want new elections.

Meanwhile, Minister Ophir Akunis from Likud said that the Blue-White party's support for the draft law to dissolve the Knesset was a disgrace, unlikely that elections will take place soon.

 

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