The chairman of Yisrael Beiteinu announced that he and his party will vote against Ayelet Shaked’s bill: “We will vote against the overcoming clause, this is a distraction from the main thing”
“We will vote against the overcoming clause, it is a distraction from the main thing,” he said.
Regarding the budget issue and the dispute between the Likud and Blue and White over whether an annual or biennial budget will be approved, Lieberman argued: This is a meaningless confrontation.
“The whole difference between the annual and biennial budget is three months. There is no annual or biennial importance at all, in the economy the most important thing is certainty and the big parties prevent it for no reason. ”
Later in the interview, Lieberman clarified that if the restrictions on opening businesses on weekends are not lifted, our business in Israel will be called upon to violate the law. “If the government does not lift the restrictions on businesses on weekends, all members of Yisrael Beiteinu will move between businesses this coming Saturday and encourage them to open.”
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