Three days after receiving the reins: Tomorrow (Sunday) marks a significant day for Ayelet Shaked's future as right-wing chairman.
Each party receives party funding according to the number of Knesset members it has.
When an MK resigns from a faction he does not receive party funding, but only through a distribution allowed by law.
As is well known, Matan Kahana decided that he would not run with Shaked in the upcoming elections due to his opposition to the Netanyahu-led government.
Kahana wants to split from the right to be left alone at the end and trade with the funding unit he will receive with the Blue and White Party, to which he tends to join.
Kara and Pinto MKs currently tend to run with Shaked, but Kara is still considering splitting up with Kahana to hold financing units and keep options open even if he stays with Shaked in the end.
So who will split along with Kahana?
If Kahana, Abir and Pinto split up, then Kahana will want to split up and be alone, while Kara does not want to remain committed to Pinto and is legally harder to split up with only two left.
Orbach and Silman, who are on their way to the Likud, can also split with Kahana, but the Likud is examining Shaked's advantages in the polls and whether it will benefit Netanyahu.
It is estimated that the Likud will not want Silman and Auerbach to take funding units for Shaked and its campaign will be harmed, so they will ask them not to split up.
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