Saar: The continuation of Netanyahu's tenure as PM is not what our voters voted for

Moran Azulay |
Published: 05.03.21 , 15:21
New Hope Chairman Gideon Saar referred Monday to the prospect of joining a right-wing government under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, after the long serving primer offered to step aside and allow Yamina head Naftali Bennet to assume the role of prime minister for the first year of the tenure of a right wing government.
"The continuation of Netanyahu's tenure as prime minister is not what New Hope voters voted for," said Saar. "Voters of a New Hope voted for change. Therefore, we, their representatives in the Knesset, will continue to act to the best of our ability to exhaust the prospect of change for Israel and its citizens."