Some analysts say Netanyahu favors early elections as a diversion to potential indictment on alleged corruption charges.
Polls suggest he could remain prime minister after fresh elections even with corruption investigations hanging over him.
"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.
"If there are elections, we shall take part and we shall win".
"We shall not volunteer to leave the government", Lieberman told a meeting of lawmakers from his Yisrael Beitenu party.
And in the latest sign that, after loudly criticizing the Iran deal as one of the "worst deal ever", the Trump administration is planning to move ahead with its plans to reimpose sanctions, Axios reports that Trump told Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu that he will demand "significant changes" to the deal in his negotiations over possible modifications as the different parties try to come to a "last chance" compromise to keep it intact.
But while Netanyahu's future dominates the conversation, the resolution of the crisis hinges on separate, more technical issues. A vote can occur as early as Tuesday evening if the committee overrules her appeal.
A day earlier, Netanyahu had said that the one-seat majority he would hold if Liberman and his party bolted the coalition was "not an option".
Ultra-Orthodox political parties have said they would not support a budget for 2019 unless the bill is approved.
"I want to thank my coalition partners who acted responsibly so that we could continue to lead the State of Israel with determination and with success", Netanyahu said at the beginning of his speech.
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But he warned that the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic could be a major roadblock to sealing a deal. He said it "translates faithfully" the agreement reached between Theresa May and the European Union in December.
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But since SBI was in the media eye, having recently rejoined the penalty bandwagon, it bore the brunt of the public outrage. The SBI, after a gap of six years, had reintroduced the monthly average balance (MAB) charges from April 1, 2017.
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The best thing to happen is to have experience. "I'm really happy with Marcus". "I am really pleased with everything". Rashford could retain his place when United take on Sevilla at Old Trafford with the tie poised at 0-0.
A compromise has been seeking to balance those divergent interests. The bill is set to pass without the party's support.
On Monday, the ministerial committee gave approval to the bill.
"There is no more interesting post than the post of defence minister".
"Can elections still be prevented?"
"If the prime minister doesn't want elections he won't fire Minister Landver".
Netanyahu's opponents have been calling on him to resign since police recommended February 13 that he be indicted on bribery and fraud charges in two influence-peddling cases; police are still investigating a third case in which several former close aides have agreed to testify against him.
The police has already recommended indicting Netanyahu in two bribery cases, but the final decision on indictment must be made by the attorney general.
The other alleges he sought a secret deal with the publisher of a top-selling newspaper for favorable coverage.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Sunday of a nuclear arms race in the Middle East if the nuclear deal to limit Iran's nuclear program would not be changed or revoked.