Liberman: 'Toss a coin' when an argument comes up in Knesset

MK Liberman calls on Likud, Blue and White, to form a government and 'toss a coin' if there's something they can't agree on.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

Avigdor Liberman
Avigdor Liberman
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MK Avigdor Liberman, chairman of the Yisrael Beytenu party, called on Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Blue and White Chairman MK Benny Gantz to quickly form a unity government.

"I would like to call on Netanyahu and Gantz to get over all their personal and strange considerations and form a unity government," he said.

"Netanyahu and Gantz, together you have 65 Knesset seats. You don't need anyone. Create a government and if there is an argument - toss a coin."

"If you don't want us in the coalition, I promise you that we'll vote for a unity government, even without being part of it. You'll get eight bonus hands, without paying anything.

"I reiterate: The only thing separating a unity government from a third round of elections is a single decision by Prime MInister Netanyahu to leave his haredi-messianic bloc and a single decision by Benny Gantz to accept the President's compromise."

Sources close to Netanyahu responded: "The one suggesting to toss a coin has forgotten that he's not in a casino in Moldova or Vienna."