In blue and white, they are considering supporting the dissolution of the Knesset

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In the Blue and White faction, a new message began to resonate tonight (Thursday), considering whether to support the proposal to dissolve the Knesset. At this stage, it is not yet clear whether the proposal is being seriously considered or whether it is another idle threat in order to finally pressure the Likud to honor the coalition agreement and pass a budget until December 23.

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The tight schedule makes it very difficult for Blue and White to try to pressure the Likud on the one hand by threatening to run for office. On the other hand, its precarious situation in the polls is evident and worried about the future of the party in such a situation. The Minister of Culture and Sports spoke tonight in the first edition of News 12 and clarified that in blue and white “they are considering whether to vote for the dissolution of the Knesset.” This is a vote that is expected on Wednesday and leaves the Likud and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu enough time to think about how to act on the new threat on the part of Blue and White.
The one who welcomed the possibility of voting for the dissolution of the Knesset is, of course, the head of the opposition and the chairman of Yesh Atid, MK Yair Lapid, who retweeted Minister Trooper’s remarks by adding the following statement: “Let’s, what was, let’s do the right thing together.” . This is an outreach on the part of Lapid, a former partner of Blue and White who broke up. Reaching out, of course, benefits the dissolution of the Knesset. A move that Lapid leads with great consistency and intensity.
Meanwhile, a storm broke out today in blue and white following the publication in “Israel Today” according to which party officials are promoting a move of primaries to the blue and white list for the upcoming elections. A move that the blue-and-white chairman first heard about from “Israel Today.”

Sources in the faction told Israel Today that “the goal in the primaries is not to harm Bnei Gantz, but to refresh the party list.” As to the question of whether an application for election to the list would be a leap to the demand for an election for its chairmanship and in fact for the attempt to replace the chairman they replied: “We will see what the area will require.”



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