On Sunday, an ex-member of Benjamin Netanyahu (Israeli Prime Minister) described that he is seeking to make an alliance government with the rivals of the Israeli leader. He said that he is going to take significant action toward eliminating the rule of the prolonged premier.
The dramatic statement by the leader of the small hardline, Naftali Bennett creates a stage for a bunch of actions that could throw Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his top Likud party (formally known as Likud National Liberal Movement) into the opposition side in the next week.
Naftali Bennett and his novel coalitions, led by Yair Lapid (opposition leader), are still dealing with some hurdles; the sides looked to be very stern about hitting the agreement and halting the stalemate that has pushed the nation into 4 elections in the previous 2 years.
Naftali Bennett explained that it is his aim to do his utmost to make a national unity government along with Yair Lapid (his friend), so that, God willing, together they can save the nation from a dive and push back the country to its course.
An agreement: Two years of PM-ship
Until Wednesday, both have to accomplish an agreement through which both of them are likely to serve 2 years as prime minister of the country in a rotation pact, and Naftali Bennett is getting the Prime Minister seat first. Moreover, Yesh Atid party of Yair Lapid explained that discussion groups were to set a meeting later Sunday.
An ex-top advisor to Benjamin Netanyahu, who has appointed as senior Cabinet posts, unfolds the hardline ideology of the Prime Minister. Furthermore, he is an ex-leader of the West Bank settlement drive and leads a minor party that adds some nationalist Jews and religious persons to the base. He had a complex connection with his one-time guide due to personal differences.
Naftali Bennett explained that there was no possible way when the stalemate 23rd March election from a right-wing govt preferred by Benjamin Netanyahu. He said that a govt like this would get victory only if they work together as a team.