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Outgoing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Monday meeting with opposition leader Benny Gantz ended without an agreement on forming a national unity government, the Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation reported.

It cited a member of Likud, the ruling party, as saying that differences remain over a committee assigned to nominate judges.

After the meeting’s failure, the report said, Gantz, who heads the Blue and White party, may propose bills in the Knesset, the country’s unicameral 120-seat legislature, targeting Netanyahu.

Israeli media reported that Gantz, who is also the Knesset speaker, believes the bills could act as pressure on Netanyahu in talks to

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