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Actually, as of today Netanyahu did show ostensible willingness to bow out

Reader comment on item: Can the Koran Solve Israel's Political Impasse?
in response to reader comment: The problem is not RZP or Islamists. The problem is Netanyahu.

Submitted by David (Israel), Apr 26, 2021 at 18:36

as widely reported the mainstream Israeli press today. This included offers to be the first PM in rotational government to one rightwing party leader (Gideon Saar) and even to Benny Gantz.

My opinion is that this will not work. Nobody believes a single word of Netanyahu, and this rotational government thing is viewed as simply a trick of his to disrupt the coalition being formed by two right, two center-right and two leftwing parties, united in their drive to kick Netanyahu out.


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