Coalition Government Uncertainty In Israel Continues
No one was able to obtain the parliamentary support required to form the government in Israel.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin held meetings with representatives from all parties to determine who will be appointed to form the coalition government.
Rivlin met with the officials of the 13 parties that entered the parliament yesterday to determine the closest candidate to form a coalition government, as no party could reach the number of 61 deputies required to form a government in the elections held on 23 March in the country.
According to the news of AA; During the meetings, along with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the names of Yair Lapid, the leader of the Future Is Party Party, and Naftali Bennett, the leader of the Yamina Party, were nominated to form the coalition government. 52 deputies expressed their support for Netanyahu, 45 for Lapid and 7 for Bennett.
Having completed his negotiations with the parties, Rivlin will assign the candidate closest to establishing a coalition according to the customs in the country to form a government. Since no candidate can get the support of 61 deputies, it is curious to whom Rivlin will give this post.
In Israel, on March 23, early general elections were held for the fourth time in two years. In the election, no single party could achieve the required number of deputies to form a government.