Due to the truth that not one of the events could attain the required 61 deputies to form the government in the elections held on March 23 in Israel, President of Israel Reuven Rivlin met with the officers of the 13 events that entered the parliament yesterday to decide the candidate closest to forming a coalition government as required by regulation.
In the course of the talks, not one of the names obtained the support of 61 deputies, the required quantity to form the coalition government.
NETANYAHU RANKS FIRST WITH 52 MEPs
In the course of the talks, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in addition to Yair Lapid, chief of the There Is Future Celebration, and Naftali Bennett, chief of the Yamina Celebration, had been nominated to form the coalition government.
52 deputies declared their support for the candidacy of Netanyahu, 45 of Lapid and seven of Bennett.
Having accomplished his negotiations with the events, Rivlin will assign the candidate he sees closest to forming the coalition, in accordance to the customs in the nation, to form the government.
QUESTION TO WHOM TO GIVE THE MISSION
Since no candidate could get the support of 61 deputies, one wonders who Rivlin will give this publish to.
In such circumstances, if the President needs, the chief who receives the support of no less than one of many deputies will be assigned to form the coalition government.
Early basic elections had been held for the fourth time in two years in Israel on March 23.
Within the election, no occasion could attain the required variety of deputies to form the government alone.
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