Promises, promises, promises. But you promised!

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  1. moshe dann says:

    Why did Bennett resign, and promote Lapid/Gantz? That betrayed those who voted for him and his party.

    • Sheri Oz says:

      Bennett stepped down rather than see the Settlement Law defeated because Smotrich and Bibi said they were voting against it. The best question to ask is why were they willing to take a chance with the lives of the Judea-Samaria residents by voting against and having a law that used to always pass automatically every five years.

      If the government falls before the law expires, it is effective until about 3 months after (if I remember correctly) a new coalition is formed.

  2. Lise Rosenthal says:

    Thanks for clarifying the real choices that Bennett had to make. It’s so much easier to turn everything into a conspiracy—especially since they will be the same or worse in November.

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