Minister Tzachi Hanegbi of Likud said Saturday he could envision Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu inviting opposition Kichol v’Lavan to form a unity government following the next general election if the party stops “ruling out” the prime minister as a potential partner.

Speaking to Channel 12’s “Meet the Press,” Hanegbi indicated a Likud-Kichol v’Lavan government could solve the political deadlock that led to the collapse of recent attempts to build a coalition and which may very well persist following the September 17 national poll.

Hanegbi said he believed if Kichol v’Lavan party leaders Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid “make a switch and say ‘I am willing to sit in a government with Netanyahu,’ we’ll have a unity government with impressive achievements.”

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