End of 12-year reign of Netanyahu: Bennett, the new Israeli prime minister

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Yair Lapid, the leader of the center-left Yesh Atid party, who took over the task of forming the government after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, appointed by Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, failed in coalition talks after the elections to the March 23 in the country, announced that it had reached the required number of 61 deputies for the coalition.

So Netanyahu, in power for 12 years, lost his seat. During the coalition negotiations, Lair Yapid first proposed the formula to Naftali Bennett, the leader of the far-right Yamina party, that he would become Prime Minister for 2 years.

As a result, after 2 years as Prime Minister, Bennett will cede the seat to Lapid. Bennett, 49, who is also the former defense minister and previously worked with Netanyahu, advocates Israel’s annexation policy in the West Bank. The fact that there are parties with very different views in the coalition formed raises questions about the life of the government. The government, which will work under the leadership of far-right Bennett, also includes the United Arab List, which represents Palestinian Israeli citizens.

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