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2021-04-01T05:55:38.254Z

| political Common sense says that the right has a stable majority government for years, but the moves of Saar and Bennett endanger it • It is time for the two to stop succumbing to pressure from the left • Opinion Here comes Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's prompt call. He calls on Naftali Bennett and Gideon Saar to return home and help establish a stable right-wing government for years. Netanyahu to Be



Common sense says that the right has a stable majority government for years, but the moves of Saar and Bennett endanger it • It is time for the two to stop succumbing to pressure from the left • Opinion

Here comes Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's prompt call.

He calls on Naftali Bennett and Gideon Saar to return home and help establish a stable right-wing government for years.

Netanyahu to Bennett and Saar: "Let's put the rain behind us" // Photo: GPO

Common sense dictates that there is a majority on the right that can fill a clear agenda, headed by the economy soaring after the corona eradication;

Dealing with the Iranian nuclear challenge;

The issue of settlement;

The rule of law and order and the eradication of crime in the Arab sector;

Equality for Israeli Arabs, and more and more issues that no other government can fulfill.

The people of Israel are crying out for governmental stability

Three days ago, members of the "Security" movement wrote a letter to the leaders of the Zionist factions, and especially to Naftali Bennett and Gideon Saar.

"After a complex and difficult year, the people of Israel are crying out for governmental stability," write Generals Jerry and Gershon HaCohen together with Brigadier General Amir Avivi and Col. Ronen Itzik.

"In this difficult time, when a new American administration is emerging, the Iranian threat is intensifying and the Palestinians are trying to achieve significant results by putting pressure on the American administration and European organizations - the electorate has chosen a leadership that will establish sovereignty, stabilize governance, stabilize Israel's economy and strengthen Israel's world position. .

Indeed, President Rivlin may call this "solutions of creative connections";

But the truth is, as retired senior security officials state, this is a patchwork coalition whose personal goal is to distort the will of the voter.

Naftali Bennett can hold a senior position in the government headed by Netanyahu, although this too is only thanks to the game of Libra and his preoccupation with extortion.

His conduct since the election does not indicate leadership ability but his lack of leadership.

The truth is that even if his positions as well as Gideon Saar's positions are "similar" to those of Prime Minister Netanyahu, this is not the case.

Not only did the public not trust him by giving him only seven seats;

The public did this because they understand that Bennett is still an immature leader who in recent years has presented a plan for everything, not to mention a plan as you request: whether it is to eradicate rocket fire, whether it is the Corona plague or the "Singapore plan" .

Bennett's use of the word "chaos" is false.

There is no chaos in the country.

The short tail of the left wiggles the dog

The chaos is in the political system, where the short tail of the left is wagging its dog.

In the national parks and on the streets, in the economy and security, everything is fine.

Gideon Saar's reaction to the prime minister was hasty and certainly not in the spirit of his former revered leader, Menachem Begin.

Begin would not have proposed to a democratic movement - the only one in Israel - like the Likud dictate a few names for the replacement of the prime minister.

How about some respect for the prime minister who got the country out of the dark blow of the corona virus?

Netanyahu has proven that his tenure is a blessing for Israeli society and he is not in office for his personal needs.

The truth is that right-wing voters in Israel are likened to one who chews the carpet out of desperation at the sight of his leaders roaming like Trojans by the left.

The state needs no political patches to overthrow the prime minister who heads the largest movement;

It needs a cohesive government with a clear political and economic character.

And she has it as an esophagus and touched it ...

Steinitz, Yariv Levin and Ohana did well when they replaced President Rivlin.

The time has come for the public sphere in Israel to cease to be a hostage to the left, which is less than 40 seats away, but its levers of pressure and threats are causing the country continued instability.

Source: israelhayom

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