MK Haskel: We've had a productive 4 years

Likud MK says current government has accomplished much, optimistic Likud will remain in power after upcoming elections.

Hezki Baruch ,

MK Haskel
MK Haskel
Hezki Baruch

MK Sharren Haskel (Likud) is optimistic that the right, under Binyamin Netanyahu, will continue to lead Israel's government following the upcoming elections in April.

"This week we are dismantling the government. It's been a very exciting and productive last four years. It's been a great privilege to be able to defend my country, to defend my people, to continue to advance us in so many fields. [There was] so much important legislation that I was able to pass," MK Haskel said.

"We are very excited to go into elections. This is a very dynamic and intense environment," she said. "There's gonna be a lot of battling, a lot of arguing. But it's gonna be short, sweet, and hopefully, with the aid of you Israelis from all around the country [who we are calling] to support the Likud party, we will be able to continue to do the same for you. To continue to defend our country, to continue to advance us as a people ad as a state."