He’s Israel’s longest-serving prime minister.
But after 15 years, four elections in the past few years, and an ongoing corruption trial, Benjamin Netanyahu’s hold on Israel may be coming to an end.
CGTN’s Stephanie Freid reports from Tel Aviv.
- Simcha Rothman was recently elected to Israel’s parliament – known as the Knesset. He’s a member of the Religious Zionism Party.
- Mitchell Barak is an Israeli pollster and political analyst.
- Jafar Farah focuses on equality for Arab citizens in Israel as the head of the Mossawa Center.
- Amotz Asa-El is an award-winning journalist and senior commentator for The Jerusalem Post.
A midnight deadline for Israel's prime minister: If Benjamin Netanyahu fails to put together a new coalition government, he could face the possibility of leading his Likud party into the opposition for the first time in 12 years. By @joseffederman. https://t.co/aHxhkPPQnr
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