Chaos in the Knesset: Netanyahu's Coalition on the Verge of Shattering

Chaos in the Knesset: Netanyahu's Coalition on the Verge of Shattering

Chaos in the Knesset: Netanyahu's Coalition on the Verge of Shattering

"It is late, but not too late, and we must make a final supreme effort to preserve the current government over time". "Therefore, it is important to continue the partnership between us with a broad government as only it can continue to serve the citizens of Israel", he added.

As the protector, in his ministerial capacity, of universal conscription, which the ultra-Orthodox seek to challenge by introducing legislation that would exempt their yeshiva students, and as a staunch secularist who seeks to curb the domination of haredim, Lieberman refuses to be part of a compromise that would save the present coalition by making further concessions to them.

The leadership of Yisrael Beiteinu, a secular conservative party, announced that they would vote against the bill that was hashed out by their coalition partners of Likud (Netanyahu's party) and the religious United Torah Judaism (UTJ).

Israel's prime minister is holding emergency negotiations with key coalition partners in hopes of averting a crisis that has threatened to plunge the country into early elections.

Lieberman has long supported such conscription, but other coalition members that represent the ultra-Orthodox oppose conscription. "I have the deepest feelings about the United States", Netanyahu said.

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Landver appealed the committee's decision, however, forcing the committee to hold a hearing on the matter at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday evening, just after the Knesset hears arguments on the four motions to dissolve itself.

Earlier on Monday, the government's Ministerial Committee for Legislation voted in favor of the bill following overnight talks between Netanyahu and ultra-Orthodox coalition partners for an agreed version of the bill.

Journalists who speculate in rumors and innuendos (yes, they do exist....) tell us that it's Netanyahu who wants the elections now for at least two reasons.

Recent opinion polls show the long-time leader still enjoys strong public support and his Likud party could win the most seats in new elections, despite the corruption allegations.

Lieberman vowed on Tuesday that his Yisrael Beitenu party would "vote as one against the bill" as it stands now.

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Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon, in turn, said he will pull his party (Kulanu) from the coalition if the budget fails to pass this week.

Calling the situation an "imaginary crisis", Shaked called on Netanyahu not to call for early elections.

But it is only one variable in a complicated political dance involving the haredi parties, Israel's colorful defense minister, the 2019 budget and the possibility that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be indicted on corruption charges.

Police recommended his indictment for bribery in the first two cases in February and the attorney general is considering how to proceed, a process expected to take months.

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