The Otzma Yehudit party has informed coalition leader Ofir Katz that it no longer considers itself bound by coalition rules.

This decision follows the refusal of ultra-Orthodox factions to move the Land Inspection Office to the Ministry of National Security.

Otzma Yehudit alleges that the ultra-Orthodox have reached an agreement with Arab parties.

According to a source within Otzma Yehudit, the ultra-Orthodox will block the transfer of the Office under Ben Gvir's control, while Arab lawmakers will, in turn, support the ultra-Orthodox regarding the conscription law.

While it's not the first time Ben Gvir and his party have opposed the coalition, it is the first time they have openly declared their intention to disregard coalition rules.