Bennett: New elections would crush the right

New Right leader says if Netanyahu needs to form unity government without right-wing bloc, so be it.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

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New elections would "crush" the right, MK Naftali Bennett said Sunday morning.

In an interview with Galai Tzahal (Army Radio), Bennett warned that the right would suffer a disaster "of historical proportions."

Last night, Bennett declared in an interview with Channel 12 News that he and his party would not be an obstacle to establishing a unity government, and that if Netanyahu needs a "release" from his commitment to the right-wing bloc of 55 MKs to form a government with Benny Gantz, he himself is releasing Netanyahu from that commitment.

Bennett further stated that he would be fine with sitting in the opposition, provided that a government was established "now, as soon as possible."

Addressing the rocket fire from Gaza over the weekend, Bennett said that a "root canal" was needed to get rid of terrorists forces in Gaza and not small, one-time acts of retaliation.



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