Members of Likud are calling for the party to convene as soon as possible to discuss how to call off the present peace negotiations, according to a report by Maariv.
The majority of the Central Committee sent a letter to Central Committee Chairman Danny Danon requesting a meeting as soon as possible. Additionally, 20% of Likud committee members turned to Zeev Elkin’s office for the same reason.
“These days the Israeli government, headed by Likud, leads the negotiations,” members of the Central Committee wrote. “These negotiations are conducted in secret. But according to various reports, there is a major concern that there are concessions being offered by Israel that are totally contrary to Likud’s principles,” the letter went on to state.