The Israeli parliament gave the go-ahead for the formation of the unity government between current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and former opposition leader Benny Gantz on Thursday and passed a series of laws that will end the current paralysis. Politics.
Israel has had no full government since December 2018, and a few hours after the deadline for convening the fourth election in just over a year, MEPs approved the sealed Netanyahu-Gantz agreement on the sharing of power.
For example, they passed laws that allow Netanyahu, for example, to begin his mandate as prime minister, but to hand over the testimony to the head of Azul y Blanco in a year and a half. Both heads of state and government have a veto right and the limit on the number of ministries will be lifted, according to the Jerusalem Post, which is due to come next Wednesday as the expected date for the inauguration.
One of the obstacles to the formation of this new cabinet was the role that Netanyahu, who is accused of corruption, should play. The Israeli Supreme Court on Wednesday authorized the current prime minister to form a new government, although the opposition has already questioned whether he can act as “number two” from October 2021.