Netanyahu says peace deal, if reached, will be sent to national referendum

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Benjamin Netanyahu. Credit: Cherie Cullen.

(JNS.org) If peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians reach fruition, the
results will be brought to a national referendum vote among Israelis for ratification,
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday at his weekly cabinet meeting.

Benjamin Netanyahu. Credit: Cherie Cullen.

“I believe that this is crucial; I don’t believe that decisions such as
these can be taken—if a deal is reached—with one coalition or another, but
rather this thing needs to be brought to the nation to decide,” Netanyahu said,
according to Israel Hayom.

U.S.
Secretary of State John Kerry, who has visited Israel and the Palestinian
territories six times in fourth months, announced Friday that an agreement that “establishes a
basis for resuming direct final status negotiations between the Palestinians
and the Israelis” had been reached.

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Source: JNS.org

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