Israeli interior minister pleads guilty

Israeli Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked admitted that she had been in talks with Benjamin Netanyahu, a former prime minister and leader of the opposition, even before the dissolution of the Knesset.

In particular, Israeli Justice Minister Gideon Saar, head of the New Hope party (right), explained in an interview with Israeli Army Radio: “Anyone who votes for Ayelet Shaked knows that she will go with Netanyahu. “Even before the Knesset was dissolved, she sought to form a government under it.”

While Ayelet Shaked, leader of the Yamina party (right), led by former Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, responded to Saar on Twitter, saying: “Gideon, if you accuse me of turning the world upside down, to prevent participation in the elections. “I plead guilty.”

And she continued: “I always treat my country responsibly.”

Days before the Knesset voted to dissolve itself, Netanyahu sought to win a majority of 61 of the 120 members of the Knesset in order to form an alternative government without dissolving the Knesset or elections, but failed to do so.

Source: RT

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