After political turmoil in Israel in recent years, center-right politician Yair Lapid has been given the opportunity to form a government – which will be ready on Wednesday next week.
The ruling coalition plan works Sunday night, Naftali Bennett, the leader of the right-wing nationalist party, the right-wing Yemeni party, announced that he was behind a “government for change,” as the coalition is called, in Israel.
It will be either a fifth election or a coalition government, Bennett said in a televised address on Sunday.
Sunday’s announcement gives Yair Lapid the opportunity to form a diverse coalition, made up of marginal and mid-political parties, all of which have a common ambition to oust Benjamin Netanyahu. The agreement means that Lapid and Bennett share the position of prime minister.
A counter offer from the current prime minister It was Benjamin Netanyahu that the prime minister’s position would alternate between him and Naftali Bennett and the right-wing politician Gideon Saar.
The Center Party, led by Yair Lapid, received the second most votes March 23 electionsPresident Reuven Rivlin gave him 28 days To form a government. Netanyahu, whose party received the most votes in the election, previously had the same opportunity but he went for it.
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