Israel Election Results: A New Government Seems Unlikely. Here Are Five Scenarios to Break Deadlock

Among the options, Naftali Bennett could agree to bring Netanyahu down, while Israel's center-left politicians might break their election promises and join up with the premier

Jonathan Lis
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At four and counting, Israel’s doom loop of early elections may be far from over. If no party betrays its election promises and no Knesset member defects, the forming of a new, stable government in the coming weeks looks very unlikely.

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