Speaking on the Haolam Haboker radio program, Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon (Kulanu) said the chances of the current government remaining intact much longer are slim.
“The 61-[seat majority] is the problem,” said Kahlon. “It will be difficult to pass other laws. Every controversial law will require that we reach an agreement.”
Under these circumstances, Kahlon argued, early elections appear to be in the offing.
“We’re getting closer to elections. Let’s be honest, the coalition is flimsy. I don’t want to topple the government, but we are here to act, not to just survive. A government that is struggling to survive isn’t getting anything done.”
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