For the third time in a year, Israel is holding elections. On March 2, Israelis will head to the polls to elect representatives for the 23rd Knesset, Israel’s parliament. But drastic change in the distribution of seats across parties seems unlikely. Israel remains gripped by a political deadlock, and neither Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of the right-wing Likud party nor Benny Gantz of the center-left Blue and White party have had enough seats to form a governing coalition in the previous two elections. Israeli President Reuven Rivlin has advocated the formation of a national unity government to break the impasse, to no avail.… Seguir leyendo »
Chagai M. Weiss
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