Netanyahu: Out of national responsibility, I decided to suspend the legislation in order to reach a broad consensus (Leam)
The reality star and TV host Eliraz Sade, who was associated with the Likud for years and even hosted "Likud TV", harshly attacks Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and calls on him to resign from his position.
"Thanks for everything, give the keys to someone else," he wrote.
In a tweet he published today, Sade scolded Netanyahu for not doing, according to him, anything for the public and even belittling him: "'Right the wrongs' - give me time. 'It's been a long time, what's going on?'
- I don't have a majority. 'Give me 61' - he got 64. 'The trial is guilty, reform!'
- accepted and folded. 'Right the wrongs' - go out to demonstrate. 'Are you real?'
- Where are you flying to?. Netanyahu has finished his job, maybe because he is limited and scared and maybe because he forgot and despised the public. Thank you for everything, give the keys to someone else."
Thanks for everything.
Netanyahu and Sheda (photo: image processing, image processing)
In recent months, Sade has been coming out against Netanyahu and the Likud, but in recent days he has sharpened his tone and called for his replacement.
Thus, for example, Sade wrote in the last day: "The right-wing platform must change from 'we must protect the leader' to 'the leader must protect us', and if he fails then we must replace him."
In another tweet, he wrote: "Elected officials from all parties who engage in attacks and slanders, just to gain a few votes that move in the same bloc, must stop, you may stand out but you will hurt us all. If there is a need for correction, submit bills, do your job. And if you are unable change because the chairman of the party is diminishing you, then you will submit bills that will not allow him."
In another tweet from the last few days, he clarified that Netanyahu "is not the right person to fix barriers to the periphery and not to the Mizrahim."
He added and explained: "As prime minister he could have done much more up to now and he didn't. For example, instead of the gift law he could have found a law for the necessary social correction. Something the High Court will like very much because it is the respect of the Mizrahi in the periphery and its freedom.
Has there been a law in this regard up to this day?
Or was it even offered?"
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