Netanyahu, opposition leader to present deal bringing Kadima into 94-seat coalition, canceling elections to Knesset at noon; factions approve deal; Kadima tasked with leading c'tee on alternative Tal Law.Both Netanyahu and Mofaz convened their respective factions, which approved the unity deal. The PM informed Likud Knesset members that as part of the new coalition agreement, a new bill that would regularize the issue of haredi enlistment into the IDF will be tabled by the end of June. The Kadima-Likud deal also calls for changes in Israel’s government system and approval of the next state budget.Mofaz told Kadima members that the “unprecedented deal” would allow the government to produce equality in carrying the burden of military service. “We did a great thing for the sake of the State of Israel,” he said. “I don’t want government portfolios, even for myself.” Following Tuesday’s drama, the next elections will likely be held, as planned, in October 2013. Senior Likud officials estimated that Netanyahu decided to lead the unity move after realizing the extent of public support for changing the law on haredi enlistment into the IDF. Meanwhile, Mofaz endorsed the deal after seeing Kadima plummeting in the polls and heading for a disastrous showing in the September elections, which have now been averted, media reported.