After a fragile coalition government collapse, Israel will have elections for the fifth time in three and a half years. In a joint statement, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Alternate Prime Minister Yair Lapid announced Monday that they are giving up on their efforts to stabilize the coalition, and as a result, new elections will be held, probably on October 25th. Lapid will become caretaker prime minister until the election and until the new government comes into power.
“Based on the polls a couple of weeks ago, it is once again going to be a 50/50 election,” he relays….
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