Coalition, Opposition Both Claim Knesset Victory, but Likud Fears Repercussions

Bennett's coalition, now without a majority, breathes a sigh of relief after vote on subsidizing soldiers' tuition, which 'should have been easy'

Michael Hauser Tov
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For Israel's ruling coalition, a Knesset vote overnight into Tuesday on subsidizing tuition fees for soldiers was a test of what it can achieve after having lost its parliamentary majority.

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