Yesha Council chairman Danny Dayan said Sunday that while he was in favor of making arrangements to ensure that Migron was fully legalized, the neighborhood must not be torn down for any reason, including because of “an action or a mixup. The clock is ticking. I call on the Prime Minister to meet with all those involved in the Migron issue – ministers, residents, legal advisors, and the Yesha leadership – to engage in a dialog that will result in a solution for Migron, based on mutual understanding of each side's limitations.
“Instead of trying to blame the other side, everyone must provide ropes and ladders to those on the other side, to enable each to climb down from the stances they have marked for themselves. I do not demand anything that I do not demand from myself,” Dayan said. “We can reach a solution that will ensure that the law is observed, and that will encourage settlement.” he added.