The end of Benjamin Netanyahu’s rule in Israel may be very near. Israeli newspapers reported this Sunday that Yair Lapid, leader of the centrist Yesh Atid party, is finalizing the details of a multi-party agreement to form a coalition government, which will count on Naftali Bennett, of the far-right nationalist Yamina party, as prime minister for the first two years.
next Four inconclusive legislative elections In just two years, Lapid was commissioned, at the beginning of the month, by President Reuven RivlinTo search for a government alternative. The deadline for submitting a supported solution is at The Knesset (Parliament) ends at midnight next Tuesday, so news can be expected anytime.
With the Likud prime minister continuing to try to pressure the Right and Nova Esperanca to accept an alternative power-sharing solution, the big question at the moment is to understand what the decision of Bennett, the former ally of Netanyahu who has lost his popularity, will be. The Israeli executive leader, who is now emerging as the main character defining the country’s next political chapter.
according to The Times of IsraelThe plan outlined by Lapid aims to bring together parties under the same banner with completely different ideological and political positions, and they are on the right, Nova Esperanca and Israel Noosa Casa on the right; Yesh Atid and Azul e Branco in the middle; Meretz and the left-wing Labor Party.
Under the agreement at the table, he writes HaaretzNaftali Bennett will serve as prime minister for the first two years of his term, with Yair Lapid – who will start with the foreign affairs portfolio – taking over the government at that time. Benny Gantz, from blue and white, who Accepted to be part of the latest government solutionWith Netanyahu, he will keep the position of defense minister.
If this solution is confirmed, Benjamin Netanyahu can bid farewell to the leadership of the Israeli government after 12 years, the last of which was marked by Corruption cases filed against youFor a major political shift to the right and for Tensions are increasing between Arabs and Jews, especially in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip.
But if the deadline for forming a government expires and there is no agreement between the parties, then Israel will have to return to the polls later this year.