Writer and political analyst Akiva Eldar ruled out that any of the right-wing parties would respond to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s inflammatory calls, and withdraw from the “Government of Change” coalition headed by the “There is a Future” and “Yemenya” parties.
In statements to the “Beyond the News” program on 06/2021, Eldar saw that the parties that joined the new alliance against Benjamin Netanyahu found themselves in a dilemma, as they joined in an alliance that was contradictory in its goals and political principles, but its retreat at the present time. It will cost her dearly, as it will mean going to a fifth election.
But Eldar saw that there is an opportunity for the Likud party to deprive the “change” government of confidence in Parliament, and considered that this opportunity is represented in Netanyahu’s acceptance to step down from the Likud presidency, and leave the space for another person to lead the party for a year, considering that this may lead to gaining the confidence of some right-wing parties that will appear In preparation for withdrawing from the new government coalition and allying with the Likud, given that Netanyahu is the problem, not the Likud party.
However, political analyst Yoni Ben-Menachem ruled out that the Likud would remove Netanyahu from his presidency, describing ministers and party leaders as cowards, unable to confront the current prime minister.
Although Ben-Menahem confirmed that the train of change had begun, and that Israeli society needed actual change and to reform many of the results of Netanyahu’s policies, he pointed to the existence of a state of tension, tension and division in Israeli society, due to Netanyahu’s incitement against the two parties of the new government, specifically against the leaders of the party. Yamina,” and he did not rule out that things would develop into violence in Israel.
He said that Netanyahu wants to shuffle all the cards, and is striving hard to remain at the helm of the government, and he will not hesitate to do anything for that.
On the other hand, Dr. Muhannad Mustafa criticized the participation of Arab parties in the new government coalition, and said that all the promises made to the Arab parties do not live up to the main demands of the Palestinian community in Israel.