Likud considers forming government without Netanyahu

Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on November 21, 2012 in Jerusalem, Israel [Photo by Lior Mizrahi/Getty Images]

Likud officials are weighing up casting former Israeli Prime Minister and Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu aside and forming a coalition government without him if Likud fails to win a majority in the upcoming elections. According to Zman Yisrael, if Likud fails to form a coalition led by Netanyahu, it will form a government without him, alongside right-wing parties that refuse to sit with Netanyahu in the same government. Then, Netanyahu would be offered complete control over Likud and given a senior Knesset position while the government is led by Benny Gantz and an alternate prime minister from Likud named by Netanyahu. According to the Israeli newspaper, this government would include between ten to 12 Likud ministers who will resign from […] Source

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