Bennett, Israel’s Would-be Prime Minister, Is in the Eye of the Storm

The list of Yamina rebels lengthens, and that’s before Netanyahu’s days of rage next week

Yossi Verter
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In the pre-historic era, signing coalition agreements, usually after a horrendous political bloodletting, was a harbinger of calm. The Knesset speaker would convene the plenum as soon as possible; no one played any tricks. Forming a new government, after many months of political uncertainty and parliamentary paralysis, was seen as a national necessity.

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