The seven seats the party won proved critical. Having long been allied with right-wing and religious parties, Bennett agreed to shift blocs to become prime minister in a gamble he hoped would bring him to the top spot.
It would be easy to imagine that Givat Shmuel residents would be attracted to National Unity. It seems the opposite remarking that "Just because Bennett decided to betray his voters and partner with the left doesn’t mean that we are going to do the same,”
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