July 7, 2022

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Israel: No coalition, Naphtali Bennett’s government will not fall, elections will be held for the fifth time in 3.5 years – Israeli Foreign Minister Lapid NDC will be prime minister to dissolve parliament

Highlights of the story

  • Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid released the report
  • The decision to break the alliance by mutual consent

There is a political crisis in Israel again. The government of Naphtali Bennett has decided to remove Benjamin Netanyahu from the throne of the Prime Minister and run the coalition government. Within 3.5 years, there is every chance that Israel will hold elections for the fifth time. Until then, Foreign Minister Yair Labid will be prime minister in a few days.

On Monday, the current Prime Minister of Israel Naftali Bennett and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid released a joint statement. The two talked about breaking the ongoing alliance between their parties. The joint statement said Bennett and Lapidet would bring a bill to dissolve the Knesset (Israeli parliament). After this, re-election may be held in October.

According to the agreement reached during the coalition, Lapid will be the caretaker Prime Minister until the new government is formed after the election. We can tell you that US President Joe Biden is leaving for Israel next month. Under such circumstances, Bennett would not welcome Pitney now, but Lapid.

We can tell you that Naftali Bennett is the leader of Israel’s right-wing Yamina Party. It was made in 2019. Yayir Lapid Liberal Party leader Yash Atid. Lobid formed the party in 2012.

The Arab Party was angry at the government

According to the Times of Israel, Naphtali Bennett’s government is only 1 seat ahead of the opposition. Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has also been trying to impress MPs who have been in government for a long time. In fact, an Arab party involved in the Bennett government was outraged at the government’s work. He accused the resettlement of Jewish citizens in Palestinian settlements.