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Israeli Prime Minister tries to close crisis with key Arab party

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Israeli Prime Minister tries to close crisis with key Arab party

Tel Aviv, May 2 (Prensa Latina) Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and legislator Mansour Abbas, leader of the Raam party, tried to iron out differences in order to reincorporate that Arab formation to the Government, which desperately needs its votes, Channel 13 revealed.
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The television station said that the two politicians held a meeting the day before, the first since Raam froze its participation in the government alliance in rejection of the Israeli assaults on the Esplanade of the Mosques in East Jerusalem.

However, national media estimate that the formation’s decision was aimed at satisfying its electoral bases and not abandoning the Executive. Moreover, the boycott has no practical effect because the Knesset (Parliament) is in recess until May 9.

In statements to Channel 12, a Raam source who preferred anonymity estimated that the coalition headed by Bennett is about to implode, but pointed out that Abbas wants to return to push for more laws in favor of the Arabs.

The Times of Israel revealed Monday that the group announced several conditions for his return, including the legalization of several Bedouin villages in the southern Negev desert and more funding for Arab communities.

Raam’s four seats are key to keeping the motley government alliance in power.


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