Israel has a new coalition government composed of eight distinct parties. But after the overthrow of Benjamin Netanyahu, can it stay together?
Israel’s longest reigning leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, Was dismissed by a coalition of rival parties from different political fields on Sunday. Yar RapidThe centrist former TV news anchor won a vote of confidence in the parliament with 60 to 59 seats, giving the new coalition a small majority.
The Guardian reporter in Jerusalem, Oliver Holmes,tell Rachel Humphries Netanyahu’s downfall was marked by the cheers and celebrations of his political opponents. But the new eight-party coalition is far from stable. Dahlia Shane Delin Tell Rachel that although it has spent an important week in Israeli politics, it may not produce major changes in the biggest problem facing the country. This may not be Netanyahu’s last scene in Israeli politics.