An election could well swiing the government away from the far right wing poitics.It's certainly possible Netanyahu will be challenged for leadership of Likud when the dust and debris finally settles over Gaza, but Filly B. has pointed out that Benny Gantz taking control might not be for the best. There are no good options that i can see at this moment.
Israel’s parliament has sworn in Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister, inaugurating the country’s most far-right, religiously conservative government in history.
this has been in the making for almost two months and is “quite a victory for Benjamin Netanyahu”, who partnered up with a coalition that includes “a mix of an ultra-Orthodox and right-wing bloc”.
The coalition, Khairat said, includes some of the most “right-wing politicians we’ve seen”. “They were on the fringes of politics and now here they are on the main stage.”
“Even though locals we’ve spoken to have said that yes, the process is democratic, they are very deeply concerned about the laws that have been put through,” she said from outside the parliament, where left-wing Israelis had gathered to protest.
The new government seeks to expand illegal settlements in occupied West Bank and pursue other anti-Palestinian policies.
Although the current government is dominated ny Zionists.