Following Kahana's resignation as Minister of Religious Affairs and the removal of Kalfon from the Knesset, the right is planning to appoint Kahana as Deputy Minister of Religions with powers over all religious issues.
Already this week, the right will try to put to the vote the appointment of Kahana back as minister.
This appointment requires the approval of the Knesset plenum and the right will try to form a majority for this.
Will Silman frustrate Kahana's reappointment? Photo: Oren Ben Hakon
On the right, it is estimated that Silman will not frustrate Kahana's appointment and she will be absent from the vote, so that the coalition will have a majority of 60-59 and the appointment will be approved.
If Silman decides to oppose this appointment, there will be a clear vote against a right-wing faction and she may risk being declared retired, similar to what was done to MK Shikli.
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