Binyamin Netanyahu calls heads of Kadima and Avoda parties for entering Israel’s government
Likud party leader Binyamin Netanyahu called heads of Kadima and Avoda parties - Tzipi Livni and Ehud Barak for entering Israel's further government that can be headed by Netanyahu, Haaretz Israeli newspaper reported with reference to the official sources in Likud.
Netanyahu and Barack agrred upon cooperation between two parties this week. It will be known within a day whether the talks will continue, the newspaper reported.
Avoda is unlikely to enter Netanyahu's government. But Likud's sources said that Netanyahu does not intend to form right government, Gaaretz reported.
But Kadima's sources said that as before Livni refuses from entering Netanyahu's government.
Though Kadima got one seat more than Likud during Knesset February elections, Netanyahu was charged with formation of the government.
Likud leader intends to introduce a new cabinet staff next week but not on April 3 as was reported earlier.
Netanyahu signed the agreement on creation of coalition with Israel Our House head Avigdor Lieberman on March 16. Lieberman will head Israel's Foreign Ministry if Netanyahu is Prime Minister.