The Israeli parliament is voting today on a government die Netanyahu’s rule ended

Israel is preparing for a new page on Sunday in to open its history when parliament votes on a new ruling coalition for “change”, die Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could topple after 12 years in office.

The Israeli Parliament (die Knesset) will hold a special session starting at 4:00 p.m. local time (1:00 p.m. GMT) to discuss die To vote on the granting of the “Change Coalition”, die consists of eight parties, each with its own ideology and fast Two years of political stalemate should end in Israel, in which were held four unsuccessful elections.

In the final moments, Yesh Atid Party leader Yair Lapid formed die Government coalition in alliance with seven parties, two from the left, two from the center and three from the right, including die ultranationalist Yamina party and an Arab party, die South Islamic Movement.

The Israeli parliament is voting today on a government die Netanyahu’s rule ended

Yesh Atid party leader Yair Lapid

If the new coalition is trusted, Naftali Bennett will be of the national-religious party Yamina for two years die Lead government, then in 2023 the centrist Yair Lapid, so die Alliance agreement between these formations.

Gave on Friday die Parties Yamina and Yesh Atid die Signing of a coalition agreement to form a national unity government known. Yamina leader Naftali Bennett said that “die Signing of these agreements ended two and a half years of political crisis “and pointed to” major challenges “.

For his part, TV host Yair Lapid said: “The Israeli public deserves an effective and responsible government, die die Put the state’s interests at the top of their agenda. “

Naftali Bennett from the Yamina party

Naftali Bennett from the Yamina party

If it doesn’t in When a last minute turn comes, it is expected that die Government wins trust. After the Knesset vote is due on Monday die formal transfer of power will take place in the Prime Minister’s office.

For his part, Netanyahu had the possible move in Israel as “the greatest electoral fraud in Israel “considered and also seen that die emerging coalition “does not reflect the will of the Israeli electorate”.

But his Likud party promised a “peaceful change of power” after more than two years of political crisis. in which he either failed to form a government or a coalition government, die only lasted a few months.

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