Does the Israeli electoral system violate Jewish law?
Forming a coalition in Israel may induce headaches, but it forces elected officials to engage in a process of soul-searching, to try to understand the electorate's intent. America – which forces people into the neat rubric of a two-party system - could learn a lot from the Israeli model.
There is an old joke that asks how many Jews it takes to change a light bulb, to which the response, of course, is that it takes several multiples of Jews: one who actually changes the bulb and several others to argue over the various different ways of how to actually do it.
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