Lapid, Bennett Are Still Scrambling to Clinch Coalition Deal, but Netanyahu Is Already in a Frenzy

The path to a Lapid-Bennett government is long and hard, but Netanyahu has shown why he mustn't stay in power

Yossi Verter
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LIVE UPDATES: All eyes on Bennett as Netanyahu scrambles to foil gov't

The parties seeking to replace Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are still struggling to reach a coalition deal. Forming a Yair Lapid-Naftali Bennett government will be a lengthy, strenuous effort – this odd ship will not reach a safe harbor even after the other coalition agreements are signed. Only on the day that such a government is sworn in, and the last of the Knesset members cast their votes, will we know that Israel has a new government.

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