MK Moshe Feiglin (Likud) said Sunday that he knows he is not likely to get a special position in the next government, and does not mind. “As I have said from the beginning, I don’t have any requests or expectations regarding personal advancement,” he said.
“I see my job as being that of the person who holds the compass on a moving ship, and warns of danger,” he wrote on his Facebook page.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will hand out ministries and other positions within his party on Sunday. It is expected that several senior Likud members will be disappointed, as Netanyahu was forced to give up several choice positions to other parties during the coalition bargaining.