Bye bye Bibi? Coalition formed to oust Benjamin Netanyahu from Israeli premiership

Benjamin Netanyahu: on his way out.

As predicted by This Site, eight Israeli political parties have formed a coalition to take power from Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud Party and end his reign as prime minister.

The groups have little in common other than their opposition to Netanyahu, so he is likely to spend the days between now and a planned parliamentary vote to approve the new coalition trying to destabilise them.

But the agreement is historic in that it brings together the far-right Yamina Party, centrists Yesh Atid… and an Arab-Israeli party, Raam.

This will be the first time in decades that an Israeli Arab party has joined a ruling coalition.

But the BBC’s Jeremy Bowen has provided some wise words of caution:

No rational political enemy of Benjamin Netanyahu can underestimate his tenacity, ruthlessness and absolute determination to hold on to office. Until a new government with a new prime minister is sworn in, he will do all he can to stop it.

If he found himself leader of the opposition, he would do all he could to destabilise a coalition with a wafer-thin majority that would be trying to span the entire Israeli spectrum, from the nationalist right to the liberal left.

All that unites them is their desire to remove him from office.

No-one should expect big, new initiatives from a new government. Just surviving the onslaught Mr Netanyahu is undoubtedly planning will be a full-time job. His opponents will be hoping that his fall will continue in the Jerusalem courthouse where he is already on trial on serious corruption charges.

That last point is the most telling.

Netanyahu has been facing trial for fraud and bribery for a considerable period of time, but has apparently been using his position as prime minister to delay and frustrate proceedings.

If he loses prime ministerial power, he will find it much harder to do this and may actually be made to face justice.

He’ll do everything he can to prevent that.

And so, it seems, will his supporters:

It’s true that what Israel is getting won’t be an improvement on what it already has.

But the removal of Netanyahu will be a genuine step forward:

In the short-term, This Writer expects to see a lot more anti-Semitism accusations flying around. Pro-Netanyahu types like to use it as a false flag under which to attack their political opponents.

Israel is about to enter a new stage of its troubled history. It isn’t the start of a new Golden Age – but it could lead to something better.

Source: Israel opposition parties agree to form new unity government – BBC News

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1 thought on “Bye bye Bibi? Coalition formed to oust Benjamin Netanyahu from Israeli premiership

  1. mohandeer

    Naftali Bennett is anti-Semitic and has been overheard whilst speaking with US Dems that he considers non pro-Israeli Jews and non Zionists as being the wrong kind of Jew and even traitors. He does not consider himself a Jew because he is an Israeli and couldn’t care less about Judaic values(or any kind of mediocre values). The Palestinians are in for a worse time than even that disgusting pig of a man NetTheNut. God help them because the rest of the world apparently will not.

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