Even if Israel Goes to Elections, New Government Will Face Same Problems, Arab Leader Abbas Says

While only 35 percent of Israelis surveyed said they believed the ruling coalition should remain in power, UAL leader Mansour Abbas warned that sending Israel to elections would not fix any of the challenges it faces

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Bar Peleg
Sam Sokol

Even if Israel heads to elections, the outcome would likely be similar and the resulting ruling coalition would face the same problems the current Israeli government faces, United Arab List leader Mansour Abbas, who holds the government's majority in its sway, said on Thursday during Haaretz's Conference on Jewish-Arab Political Partnership, together with the civil society group "Have You Seen the Horizon Lately?".

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