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Israeli Parliament Votes to Dissolve, Country Now Heads to 5th Election in 4 Years


The Israeli Parliament voted to dissolve itself on Thursday, triggering new elections to be held in November and marking the country’s fifth election in three-and-a-half years. The unlikely coalition, which saw eight parties from the left, center, and right united in their goal to keep then-Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu out of power, had in recent weeks been plagued by internal politics and members quitting, in turn making it harder to pass legislation. Thursday’s 92–0 vote brings Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s governing coalition to an end, meaning the former prime minister served one of the shortest terms in Israeli history. He will stand down at midnight and…

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