Hotovely ‘disturbed’ that Ministry of Religious Services in ‘non-Zionist’ hands

The coalition agreement signed between Likud and United Torah Judaism and the forthcoming deal with Shas continues to generate disquiet within the national religious sector, with politicians and organizations weighing in on the issue on Sunday.

Shas is certain to receive the Religious Services portfolio which has been in the hands of Bayit Yehudi for the last two years, and is also refusing a compromise proposal to  grant the party a deputy minister in the ministry.

During a media blitz on Sunday,  Likud MK Tzipi Hotovely, from the national religious sector, said that she was disturbed by the fact the Ministry of Religious Services would be controlled by a “non-Zionist” party.


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