Benjamin Netanyahu can no longer be the Prime Minister of Israel, but he cannot accept that. An example of this was seen in Parliament recently, when Netanyahu sat in the chair of the Prime Minister instead of the chair reserved for the Leader of the Opposition.
Tel Aviv: Benjamin Netanyahu can no longer be the Prime Minister of Israel, but he cannot accept that. An example of this was seen in Parliament recently, when Netanyahu sat in the chair of the Prime Minister instead of the chair reserved for the Leader of the Opposition. When he was in the wrong chair he was reminded that he had misunderstood. In fact, Benjamin Netanyahu was Prime Minister of Israel for 12 years, so the chair of Prime Minister has become a habit. Suddenly the power is gone from his hands, he can’t accept it.
Wrong after voting
Israel now has an eight-party coalition government led by Naftali Bennett, the leader of the Yamina Party. On Sunday, the Israeli parliament voted in favor of forming a new government. Benjamin Netanyahu had 59 votes in favor of the coalition and 60 votes in favor of the coalition. Thus, Netanyahu was ousted from power. When Netanyahu returned to parliament after the vote, he habitually sat in the prime minister’s chair, on which he had sat for the past 12 years.
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Allegations of corruption have lost power
Seeing Benjamin Netanyahu sitting in the Prime Minister’s chair, the former speaker immediately approached him and misunderstood. Netanyahu then sat in the chair assigned to the opposition leader. With the formation of the new government, Likud leader Netanyahu will now serve as Leader of the Opposition in Parliament. Netanyahu has also become Israel’s most popular leader, but his image has been heavily influenced by allegations of corruption. Allies also accused him of breach of promise.
The opposition is now best friends
Like his friend Donald Trump, Benjamin Netanyahu has questioned the electoral process. He says the election was rigged. Trump made similar allegations after losing the U.S. presidential election. He also challenged the election results in court, but there was frustration on all sides. Now both best friends have come out of power and come into the role of opposition leaders. But Netanyahu supporters are claiming that the new government will not last long.