About two weeks ago, when Israel was battling the worst sectarian tensions in the country, rockets were being fired from Gaza, who could have imagined that parties with opposing ideologies like leftist, right-wing and centrist allying with the Arab Party would create a national unity. would agree to form a government that would oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from power. As the fighting intensified recently, everyone was thinking that it would give Israel’s longest-serving prime minister Netanyahu a little more time to hold on to power as restless political parties held talks to oust him from power. distanced from. As the fighting continued, Yair Lapid, 57, leader of the opposition coalition, Yair Lapid, 57, and President Reuven Rivlin, who was in charge of forming the government of the opposition coalition, lost hope of forming a government. However, in a completely different fashion, the person who seemed to benefit the most from the derailment of the opposition exercise to form the government also emerged as the most important link in uniting these forces. It would not be an exaggeration to say that 71-year-old Netanyahu, seen by many as Israel’s divider-in-chief, also proved to be the one who united his opponents in a different way, which has led to the coming together of people in Israel’s history. It was not even imagined that they got together to form a government of national unity. Hours before Lapid reported that President Rivlin had succeeded in keeping the coalition together, daily ‘Haretz’ journalist Anschel Pfeiffer said what happened tonight, and if the vote of confidence does take place, it is a matter of days before that.
Historical picture. The leaders of the Arab-Israeli Party and the leaders of the Jewish-Nationalist Party are signing an agreement to join the government together. He also posted a photo of him signing the pact of right-wing Yamina Party leader Naftali Bennett of Ram Party chief Mansoor Abbas’s right-wing Yamina party and Yair Lapid of the centrist Yes Atid party, along with his tweet. This picture was a topic of discussion among everyone on Thursday and all the media houses were talking about this historic moment without giving much attention to what would happen in the coming days. In the country’s 120-member parliament Knesset, Lapid has a very modest majority with the support of 61 MPs, while the challenges ahead are many but he expects this majority to remain strong as it has been behind the country’s uninterrupted power for 12 consecutive years since 2009. The purpose of solidarity is to remove Netanyahu, who is in command. Netanyahu is the longest-serving prime minister in Israel’s history, breaking the record held by the country’s founder, David Ben Gurion. Interestingly, a third of those united to remove Netanyahu are ideologically his natural allies and have also served as his close aides in the past.