oil Aviv: In Israel, nationalist leader Naphtali Bennett has claimed to form the government jointly. He has aligned with the leftist, centralist parties, while his own party is considered as the Nationalist Party. If Bennett is successful in forming the government, then the big chapter of Benjamin Netanyahu’s political life will end. However, a mixed reaction is coming out about Bennett’s claim.
Will Netanyahu leave after 12 years?
On Sunday, Naphtali Bennett announced that he is considering forming a joint government with the head of opposition party Yesh Atid. Yesh Atid is considered the centrist party of Israel, while Naphtali Bennett is considered a hardliner nationalist leader and if the coalition is finalized, then in 12 years, Benjamin Netanyahu’s power will end.
Netanyahu has the biggest party
Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud Party is Israel’s largest party in the elections held in Israel this year. But Netanyahu’s party did not get a majority. After which the President of Israel invited the leader of Israel’s second major party, Yesh Atid, Yair Lapid, to form the government. According to the report, on May 10, Lapid and Bennett were about to announce a joint government, but suddenly Hamas started an attack on Israel and then the idea of forming a government was deferred and now that there is peace between Israel and Palestine. A declaration can be made to form a new government.
Yamina is the kingmaker of the party
The head of the Yamina party, Naftali Bennett, is considered a strict right-wing leader, but after an alliance with the opposition party, there is now speculation in Israel that there will be dominance of leftist leaders and the government will be dominated by leftist leaders. Many experts also believe that there will be a left government in Israel in some way. However, Naphtali Bennett denies the dominance of the left. He has ruled out being a leftist government. He said that everyone’s talk in the government of collective leadership will be heard. Let me tell you that Naftali Bennett was previously an ally of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu but later the paths of both of them diverged.