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Israel’s Government: What Happens Now?

WorldNews Thursday, 21 November 2019
Israel’s Government: What Happens Now?With the expiration of the mandate given to Benny Gantz to form a government, and after Binyamin Netanyahu previously failed to form one, Israel’s election saga enters its third stage – a 21-day period in which any MK can nominate any other member (or him or herself) for the office of prime minister. Any MK who can garner 61 Knesset votes or...
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