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Netanyahu's Political Future Could Be Decided This Week, and He Knows It

If the Bennett-Lapid government succeeds in passing a state budget before the end of the week, ex-PM Netanyahu will be facing nothing but bad choices

Anshel Pfeffer
Anshel Pfeffer
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By the end of the week, if all goes according to plan, Israel will have a new state budget for the first time in over three years.

For Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and his government, it will be the biggest milestone they’ve reached since being sworn in back in June. It will make it much harder for the opposition to bring down the government, but also for the government, with its internal contradictions, to bring itself down.

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