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Liberman, Blue and White slammed for vote sharing deal

August 20th, 2019|

"The cat is out of the bag," the Likud said. "Liberman signed a surplus agreement with Lapid and Gantz, after he publically declared that he would support Gantz and Lapid for prime minister."

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Liberman, Blue and White slammed for vote sharing deal

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"The cat is out of the bag," the Likud said. "Liberman signed a surplus agreement with Lapid and Gantz, after he publically declared that he would support Gantz and Lapid for prime minister."

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