National Union prepares for early elections

Party to debate whether to run with Jewish Home faction again as new elections appear likely.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

National Union politicians
National Union politicians
National Union

The National Union party is expected to begin preparations for the upcoming elections to the 21st Knesset in the coming days in the wake of the current coalition crisis.

On Wednesday, the party leadership will meet in Jerusalem to discuss in depth the burning issues stemming from the political crisis and the possibility of early elections.

The party leaders will discuss various issues, including whether to run again in the framework of a joint list with the Jewish Home faction and under what conditions, as well as general preparations for the elections.

The National Union has two representatives in the Knesset, Minister Uri Ariel and MK Bezalel Smotrich, and that if both resign from the coalition, this could lead to its immediate dissolution.

National Union officials stressed in a conversation with Arutz Sheva that all political options are now on the table, and that all options are being examined and will be discussed at the meeting of the party's leadership on Wednesday.