Prime minister, allies promoting proposal to cancel internal vote before a likely third national election in one year
Likud says talks were scuttled by Kahol Lavan’s Lapid, Ya’alon, but a party official says 'every time we were getting closer, Likud raised claims designed to make us say no'
For the first time in Israel's history, two candidates for prime minister failed to form a government. Now, a third election looms
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Unity government is off the table, unless a Netanyahu bribery indictment or a large-scale military confrontation shake things up
The next 21 days will determine whether Israel is headed to a third election cycle within a year, as the nomination of a leader to form a government now goes to the Knesset floor
Lawmakers have 21 days for coalition talks, but no solution in sight ■ Lieberman blames both Gantz and Netanyahu for political deadlock ■ Netanyahu says willing to enter dialogue with Gantz 'without pre-conditions' ■ Is Israel headed to a third election? Analyses and updates
Everything the Yisrael Beiteinu leader has done in the past year has been aimed at ending the Netanyahu era. He hasn’t achieved it yet — but with hours to go, he’s not giving up
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Gantz's mandate to form coalition expires Wednesday ■ Netanyahu and Gantz meet in last effort to form unity government ■ Is Israel headed to a third election? Analyses and updates
Kahol Lavan leader Benny Gantz's mandate to establish a governing coalition will expire on Wednesday at midnight. What are the other options facing Israel?
Sources in Kahol Lavan predict Gantz won't be able to form a minority government with Lieberman supported by the Arab parties by Wednesday at midnight, when his mandate expires
Faced with the same deadlock as everyone else and playing for time, Lieberman might just be positioning himself for the third contest
Odeh, as a child the only Muslim in a Christian school in a Jewish city in the state of Israel, is 10 times the Israeli Bibi is. One day, he may be 10 times the prime minister
The prime minister’s obscene “emergency rally” against a Gantz-Joint List deal risks alienating Israeli Arabs just as they seek greater integration
The two drivers of Israel's main parties are barreling toward a collision - and a third election
Netanyahu at 'Emergency' Rally of Likud Party Faithful: Arab Joint List Wants to Destroy the Country
The prime minister warned that if Kahol Lavan leader Benny Gantz forms a minority government with the support of the Joint List, 'they will celebrate in Tehran, Ramallah and Gaza'
Joint List faction United Arab List and Ta’al leaning towards support, disagreements expected within Hadash
Dramatic political week kicks off as Kahol Lavan leader nears deadline to form coalition ■ Netanyahu: Arab party MKs want to destroy Israel ■ Gantz, Lieberman: Progress made in coalition talks
According to the Army Radio poll, 37 percent of Israeli Arabs support the Joint List actually joining a minority government headed by Kahol Lavan leader Benny Gantz
Kahol Lavan leader has three days left to form a coalition. Benjamin Netanyahu is worried, and there could be a delicious irony if he is ultimately dethroned by Israeli-Arab lawmakers
Unity government? Minority government? What's Israel's 'unprecedented emergency'? And who is glorifying war crimes of terrorists in the Gaza Strip?
Right-wing identifies former IDF chief as a threat