After split in Joint List: Ayman Odeh won't rule out cooperation with Lapid and Gantz

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After split in Joint List: Ayman Odeh won't rule out cooperation with Lapid and Gantz
Hadash chairman believes Arab voter turnout will not be harmed despite Balad deciding to run separately from the Joint List.
Israel National News
Sep 16, 2022

Hadash chairman Ayman Odeh on Friday commented on the split within the Joint List Party, after Balad decided at the last minute it would run separately from Hadash and Ahmed Tibi’s Ta’al Party. Speaking to Channel 12 News, Odeh did not rule out a possible cooperation with Yair Lapid and Benny Gantz after the election. Odeh said that he wanted an alliance "as broad as possible" among the Arab parties, but Balad refused to sign the agreement on a joint run, so Ta'al and Hadash submitted their slate separately from Balad.

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