She feels that while many are saying "the ball is in Avigdor Lieberman's court", both Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman have the ability to prevent early elections.
A parliamentary committee approved a bill yesterday to extend military draft exemptions to ultra-Orthodox men, but the motion could later still be thwarted by one of Netanyahu's key coalition partners.
Some Israeli political commentators accuse Lieberman and Netanyahu of working together to preserve the option of fresh polls for the prime minister.
The legislation was in the end presented as a private members bill and not a government proposal, annulling the practice to fire a minister that votes against it.
Lieberman has said that he would only support legislation that is drafted by a committee of military officials.
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Lieberman vowed on Tuesday that his Yisrael Beitenu party would "vote as one against the bill" as it stands now.
"I call on all the coalition partners, first and foremost Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman, to remain in the government and to continue this partnership in order to guarantee security, prosperity and stability for the State of Israel", Netanyahu said at the start of his Likud party meeting.
Though Netanyahu's legal woes hang over the discussions, the dispute within the coalition centers on a separate issue entirely: legislation to exempt young ultra-Orthodox Jewish men from military conscription.
"If the law is passed in its current form - we're out", Yisrael Beytenu MK Oded Forer told Channel 10 on Monday.
After Netanyahu's announcement, the Knesset voted against motions by the opposition to dissolve parliament and hold early elections. Kulanu head and Finance Minister Moshe Kalon threatened to quit the coalition if the budget was not passed.
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Adama Dieng spent a week in Bangladesh to assess the condition of the nearly 700,000 Rohingyas who had fled across the border from Myanmar, and he said during his trip he heard "terrifying stories".
When probed as to how the peace process to end the conflict with the Palestinians was progressing, Netanyahu said only that the final deal would take some time, adding: "Israel now gives a high priority to its new relations with the Arab countries". Netanyahu teased political rivals at a speech in the Knesset plenum following the agreement, referring to the scenario of early elections being called.
Investigators last month recommended to prosecutors that Netanyahu be indicted in at least two corruption cases against him.
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Three of his former associates have signed state witness deals with police.
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