According to Kan reports, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pledged to ultra-Orthodox parties to present a conscription bill within 30 days.

Netanyahu assured that the proposed bill would meet the approval of the government's legal adviser, Gali Baharav Miara. He also committed to pushing the bill forward even if Defense Minister Gallant continued to oppose it.

The coalition aims to secure a majority without relying on HADASH-TA'AL.

However, Kan suggests that negotiations with this bloc's parties will remain open until the last minute. Recent reports indicate that Hadash and TA'AL party leaders, Ayman Udeh and Ahmad Tibi, declined Shas head Aryeh Deri's request to abstain from voting, which would have secured a majority for the bill.

"We will not take any action that prolongs the lifespan of this government," Tibi declared. Additionally, an anonymous deputy from one of the Arab parties expressed readiness to do whatever it takes to minimize the presence of Israeli soldiers in Gaza.