Benjamin Netanyahu will return to power in Israel! Elections are going to be held for the 5th time



General elections will be held in Israel in less than the last four years. In this episode, Israel's Parliament has been dissolved, and a proposal to hold general elections in November was approved. The country's Parliament has decided in this regard and has cleared the way for new elections by passing a special bill. All the parties have supported the conduct of new elections.



Israel's foreign minister, Yair Lapid, who played a key role in the formation of the outgoing government, will become the country's caretaker prime minister after midnight on Friday.

He will be the 14th person to hold this position. Outgoing Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is the shortest Prime Minister in the history of Israel. His government fell just a year after it was formed. New elections will now be held in Israel on November 1. This will be the fifth election between 2019 and 2022. Yer Lapid, who was number two in the Naftali Bennett government, has been given the responsibility of the caretaker government. A few days ago, it was believed that former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could become Prime Minister again by gathering support.

However, he later decided that it would be better to hold fresh elections. Benjamin Netanyahu will return to power in Israel! Elections will be held for the 5th time in 4 years.


National elections were held in Israel less than four years ago. In this episode, the Israeli Parliament has been dissolved, and a proposal has been made for a national election in November. The National Assembly has taken a stand on this issue and paved the way for new elections by passing a special bill. All parties support the conduct of the new elections. Israeli Foreign Minister Jair Lapid, who played a key role in forming the outgoing government, will be the country's prime minister at midnight on Friday. You will be the 14th person to hold this position. Outgoing Prime Minister Naphtali Bennett is the shortest Prime Minister in the history of Israel. His government collapsed just a year after it was founded. New elections are now being held in Israel on November 1.



This will be the fifth election between 2019 and 2022. Yer Lapid, formerly a second in the Naphtali government, Bennett, has been responsible for taking over the reins of government. A few days ago, there was a belief that former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could be Prime Minister again by gathering support. However, he decided it would be best to hold new elections. Bennett's government was formed after the overthrow of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a long 12-year history in Israel. As a result, the eight groups have differing views. 92 members supported the decision to dissolve Parliament, and no one opposed it.



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