The Bayit Yehudi party and National Union signed a merger agreement on Thursday night.
The two parties agreed to run together in a joint list in the upcoming Knesset April 9 elections.
Under the agreement, former IDF Chief Rabbi Rafi Peretz will head the joint list. Both parties will receive an equal number of mandates.
There is also a chance the list may also join forces with Otzma Yehudit and former Shas party leader Eli Yishai as well, according to a report published on the Hebrew-language 0404 military news site.