PM announced a day before the primaries: Thousands of new apartments and industrial areas will be built in Judea and Samaria • MK Kish from Sa'ar Camp: "Everything is open, it's either us or opposition"
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a conference in Kfar Saba yesterday
The next day the Likud elections will be held, the area is awakening and the emotions between the octave parties are rising. As if that were not enough, Prime Minister Netanyahu announced that he would soon build more than 3,000 housing and industrial units in Judea and Samaria. The decision will be brought within the next two weeks for approval by the Supreme Planning Council.
The other major news last night concerns the Netanyahu camp, after Gilad Arden - one of the party's leaders who has so far not expressed public support on either side - announced support for the USSR.
In a statement posted on Facebook, Arden wrote: "As a member of the security cabinet, I am well acquainted with the challenges we face, and after considering all the considerations - I have come to the conclusion that the prime minister is the best fit to continue leading the country."
From Gilad Arden's Twitter account
Netanyahu continued his tour of the country tonight, traveling between six conferences a day and meeting activists. At a conference in Or Yehuda, Netanyahu again attacked the media in Israel. "I'm not the candidate of the media," he declared. "They have an interest in lulling you away from voting. They say that the general election cannot be won, but what we feel these days is something tremendous. The Likud's territory is burning. Next time it will look different."
Netanyahu sarcastically referred to his opponent as a white blue, MK Benny Gantz. "I'm going to solve a big problem for Benny Gantz. He has a problem, he says, I can't sit with Bibi. He can sit with Tibi, but not with Bibi. I tell him, "Let's get along without you." We will establish a national Likud government. "
Photo: Yehuda Schlesinger
In the Netanyahu camp, they dismissed, not to say with disdain, the opponent's proposal from MK Gideon Sa'ar, yesterday, to act as prime minister's appointment as president of the state in case he loses. At the same event in Or Yehuda, Minister Moshe Regev fired. "Who are you, Sa'ar? What arrogance. He does things to oust an actual leader. That can't happen. It's an embarrassing and embarrassing proposal."
"Every possible result"
On the flip side, MK Yoav Kish, Gideon Sa'ar's chief of staff, told Israel Today: "Gideon Sa'ar in the field, Netanyahu in the field, has not had it for a long time, in the primaries for the list there are personal battles, The area is waking up. There is a desire of people to make an impact. There is great success for the movement. "
MK Kish believes that despite Netanyahu's power, the odds are open. "Every possible result on Thursday," he noted, sounded like a football coach building on the weather. "There is complete uncertainty about what's going to happen, especially given the decision not to vote in all cities And the stormy weather that's coming. everything is open. It can be a win and it can be a defeat. Behind the curtain we are all free. The functionaries will decide whether the Likud will lead the next government headed by Sa'ar and Netanyahu will be the president of the state, or we will head the opposition. The decision on the party primaries was important, and woke the area and movement. No matter who wins - the move was important and necessary. "
The vote for Likud-led primaries was preceded by an hour. On Thursday, the polls will be open from 8am to 11pm.