The party “Likud” and “Kajol Laban” in the allotted time failed to agree on forming a coalition for the formation of the government of Israel. About it reports the Israeli edition NEWSru.co.il.
The time allotted to the parties, expired on the night of 16 April, but at the last meeting of “Likud” and “Kajol Laban” are unable to overcome their differences. The party leaders – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and former chief of staff of the Israeli army benny Gantz – not to ask the country’s President Reuven Rivlin with a request to extend the mandate for the negotiations, therefore, the President was given the right to form a government to the Knesset. The Parliament is there for 21 days. The future Prime Minister must secure the support of 61 deputies.
If the Knesset three weeks will not be able to appoint the Prime Minister, the Parliament will again be dissolved, and the country can pass the fourth year elections.
The previous vote took place in April and September 2019, and in March 2020. After the elections, no one party failed to form a coalition of 61 members, which would allow to form a government.