Torah Judaism chairman Yaakov Litzman is considering returning to the government, just two weeks after resigning as Minister of Construction and Housing following the decision to impose a general closure during the holidays, Walla! NEWS learned today (Wednesday). His appointment to the post of Deputy Minister of Construction and Housing, based on their quota for the positions of Deputy Ministers.
Litzman’s appeal to blue and white was made after the right-wing bloc led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took advantage of his deputy ministers’ quota when the government was sworn in. Under Netanyahu’s bloc, eight deputy ministers have been appointed, while Blue and White chairman Bnei Gantz has not appointed a single deputy minister under his current quota, following public criticism of the “inflated government” of ministers and appointments. Answer to that.
Litzman is examining the possibility of returning to the Ministry of Construction and Housing as deputy minister, and appointing a minister. A political source explained that the appointment of the minister in the ministry “will not be the actual minister”.
Mish Atid-Telam said in response that “this is the time for blue and white to confirm everything they need politically – who will now be able to demonstrate against them?”.
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