Will Benjamin Netanyahu’s government survive?

People gather to stage a protest against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's attempts to 'weaken the judiciary' and its far-right policies at Habima Square in Tel Aviv, Israel on January 14, 2023 [Mostafa Alkharouf/Anadolu Agency]

Before it was formed, the new far-right Israeli government coalition has been plagued with disputes and disagreements, despite the fact that all of its members are from the right-wing parties and all of them, at least, share the same principles, although each Party has its own procedures to achieve the common goals. In order to appease, for example, the leaders of the extremist far-right Jewish parties, such as Bezalel Smotrich and Itamar Ben Gvir, head of the Likud Benjamin Netanyahu, was obliged to invent new ministries and create new jobs with others. Far-right, ultra-nationalist Religious Zionism Party leader, Bezalel Smotrich, became Finance Minister and had a position of Minister in the Defence Ministry to follow up his own plans to […] Source

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