Occupied Jerusalem: Former Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s 12-year rule of tyranny and barbarism has come to an end. The new Israeli government has won by a clear majority.
According to the international news agency, the speaker of the Israeli parliament announced last week that the country will hold a vote on June 13 to elect a new government. The Israeli parliament voted today to form a new government, with New Right Party leader Naftali Bennett winning 60 votes from the right and left and Arab parties.
Naftali Bennett, leader of the New Right party, will now be sworn in as Israel’s new prime minister but will have to maintain alliances with the center and right-wing coalition parties to stay in power.
It should be noted that former Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu failed to prove his majority in the assembly. The coalition of opposition parties has been distancing itself from Prime Minister Netanyahu since the bombing of Gaza.
It should be noted that four elections have been held in Israel in the last two years and each time Netanyahu’s party manages to get the most votes but failed to prove the majority needed to form a government.