By Palestine Chronicle Staff
Just four of Israel’s 20 cabinet ministers support a two-state solution, according to an informal poll conducted by Walla News.
Nine Likud ministers are explicitly opposed to the two-state solution, while the views of seven others remain unknown.
The report notes that Avigdor Lieberman is “on the record, in support of a Palestinian state”, along with ministers, Moshe Kahlon, Yoav Galant and Tzachi Hanegbi, who “have also expressed support in one form or another.”
Seven ministers have not respond to the poll.