Coalition Crisis Brewing Over ‘Creeping Construction Freeze’
Members of the National Union say that they are considering their options if a slow freeze in Judea and Samaria continues.
Members of the National Union faction of the Jewish Home party met in Beit El Sunday to discuss an impending demolition of homes in the community. Speaking to Arutz Sheva Sunday, Ofir Sofer, chairman of the National Union, said that the group planned to demand much more of the government that it has in the past, considering the apparent “creeping construction freeze” that has been implemented by the government.
Perhaps worse than what might have happened had the opposition formed the government, Sofer said that there could be a similar situation in Judea and Samaria – a building freeze – but it would be a “creeping” one, which would shut down new construction in no less than a Labor/Zionist Union-led freeze would have accomplished. The difference, he said, was that rightwing Israelis who supported the government might not notice that construction had been frozen.
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