Bennett explained that “a vote against the law will not affect the coalition and the government, it will only harm the fighters.”
Earlier in the day, Israeli Prime Minister Naphtali Bennett said in a statement that “the second and third lessons of the law will be voted on tomorrow.” He explained that 16,500 isolated soldiers were waiting to receive a scholarship.
Bennett added, “If Likud Emkera votes against the law, they will drop it and the war veterans will not get scholarships. Many soldiers will not be able to afford higher education, and if there is no law, others will have to stop studying. Passes and money is transferred to them.” Is. “
“Even if members of the Knesset and opposition from Likud agree not to vote against the law, or even abstain, it will pass and the troops will get what they deserve,” the prime minister said.
Bennett explained that “a vote against the law does not affect the coalition and the government, but only harms the fighters. Therefore, I appeal to Likud and members of the opposition Knesset: Do not reach out to overthrow the IDF. The Warriors Act.”
Commenting on the recent crisis in the Bennett government, Prime Minister Bennett said, “If left-wing extremists think the government is too right-wing, and right-wing extremists think the government is too left-wing, it is probably a sign that the government is in the middle. Settlement.”