The coalition government of Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has collapsed. Now the fall of the government is certain and elections will be held soon. Let us tell you that a coalition government between the parties of PM Naftali Bennett and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid is going on. Here elections will be held for the 5th time in 3 years.
Both the leaders issued a joint statement saying that they would break the alliance. According to the agreement reached during the coalition, Yayir Lapid will be the caretaker prime minister until the next elections are held. Naftali Bennett is the leader of Israel’s right-wing Yamina Party. This party was formed in 2019. Yayir Lapid is the head of the Liberal Party named Yash Atid. Lapid had formed the party in 2012.
The Bennett government had just one more seat than the opposition. The
Bennett government was already in a minority and had only one seat more than the opposition. 60 in favor of the Bennett government, while 59 lawmakers voted against. Now Yair Lapid has also decided to leave the Alliance. In Israel, four governments were in minority in two years and for this reason elections were also held.
Allies Why Angry
According to the report, the United Arab List, a coalition of eight parties, is angry with the Bennett government over the issue of Palestine. It had previously had conflicts with the government over Palestinian settlements. This party says that the Bennett government is giving place to Jews in Palestine settlements and it is unfair to people of Arab origin.
Will Netanyahu return?
The Times of Israel report claimed that former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could once again form the government. For this they will have to arrange only two seats.Political expert Jamani Meroj said – Nothing is fixed in the politics of Israel. This also affects the image of the country in the world. Bennett replaced Netanyahu, who is considered his political mentor, to become prime minister. Netanyahu has been prime minister for 12 years. However, he was also the head of the coalition government.