Majority of Likud Members Oppose a Two-state Solution

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.

(Palestine Chronicle)

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