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Bibi Demanding Changes to Coalition Deal to Prevent Elections
By Staff, Agencies
The “Israeli” entity’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and War Minister and Alternate Prime Minister Benny Gantz are holding clandestine negotiations to settle the budget disagreement, broadcaster Channel 12 reported Tuesday night.
According to the report, Netanyahu is interested in either one of two options: dissolving the government, or demanding changes to the coalition deal with Gantz.
The “Israeli” premier reportedly wants immediate elections in case the so-called “High Court of Justice” disqualifies him from serving as alternate prime minister, after his rotation with Gantz commences in November 2021, due to the indictments filed against him.
His second demand is to dissolve a public committee slated to appoint the state prosecutor and police commissioner and transfer the procedure to the government instead.
The report suggested that Gantz’s Blue and White party will find it "difficult" to approve Netanyahu’s first request.
On Wednesday, a bill to postpone the decision over the state budget will go up for a vote in the Knesset [“Israel” Parliament]. The coalition has 13 days left to approve the budget, which, in case it doesn’t, and if the delay proposal does not pass, the “Israeli” entity could go to elections – its fourth in less than two years.
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