Israeli government headed by the Prime Minister Naphtali BenetAccording to Israeli media, it has decided to dissolve the Knesset (Israeli Parliament) and call for early elections.
Benet and government partnerYair Lapidthey will announce their decision to introduce a law next week at 8:00 pm local time (18:00 GMT). dissolve parliament.
According to the Israeli press, stonecurrent foreign ministerAssume interim leadership of the executive Until the new government is formed, following the early elections expected in October.
this The coalition government celebrated its first anniversary on 13 JuneOne crisis after another has been chained, especially since Benet’s far-right party lost its parliamentary majority in April after Yamina MP Idit Silman defected.
In the Islamist Arab party, Raam also froze his involvement in government for three weeks at the end of April as a result of severe disturbances at the Jerusalem Mosques Esplanade during Ramadan, but later decided to rejoin a Ruler. power for more than two months. on the rope.
There has been much speculation in recent weeks that Nir Orbach, another Yamina lawmaker, could leave the coalition and join the Likud-led opposition of former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The coalition government was sworn in a year ago as the most diverse Executive in the country’s history. amalgamation of eight political parties of all leanings After being in power for 12 consecutive years – from the ultranationalist right to the pacifist left to the unprecedented involvement of an Arab party – they banded together to overthrow Netanyahu.