The Kulan Party on Monday expressed its support for removing the government and the 20th Knesset, saying that the coalition is no longer working and can not be rescued, reports israelnationalnews.com.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has publicly appealed this week, urging coalition partners to stay in the government in a hurry to prevent future elections.
Following the release of former Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (Yisrael Beyten) last week, the Government of Netanyahu has fallen from 66 seats to only 61 – a minimum of 120 votes in the Knesset.
The withdrawal of the four partners of the Likud-led coalition, Kulan, Jewish homes, United Torah Judaism and Shas, will end the current government and could lead to new elections in a matter of months.
Although Jewish ministerial officers Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked appeared at the first moment when the government gripped the government, Netanyahu tried to persuade other coalition partners to stay.
The meeting with Kulan leader Moshe Kahlon ended with "no results" on Sunday.
On Monday, Mrs. Roy Folkman, Chairman of the Knesset delegation, told Army Radio that his party supported the removal of the Knesset and evening elections, stating that the current government had not worked for several weeks.
"We have to go to the polls," said Folkman. "The coalition has not worked for weeks, and it is [new elections] are inevitable, even if Bennett and Shaked do not retire. "
Folkman continued to call Netanyahu's appeal on Sunday night a "announcement of the campaign's season's discovery".
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