Israeli journalist and political analyst Shlomo Ganor said that the consultations aimed at forming a new government are continuing, and four internal agreements have been signed between the leader of the “There is a future” party, Yair Lapid, and Naftali Bennett, the head of the “Yamina” party.
In his speech to the episode (5/31/2021) of the “Beyond the News” program, Ganor added that the talks may not end the day before tomorrow, Wednesday, which is the date scheduled for Lapid to present his government formation, but he can inform the president of his ability to form a government and complete his endeavors. to be composed before the Knesset vote on it next week.
The Israeli journalist pointed out that Netanyahu’s recent warnings of what he described as the fraud of the century came due to the security threats facing Israel from Gaza or Iran, in addition to the inability of any future government to confront them, according to his claim.
The Israeli camp for change, led by the leader of the “There is a Future” party, Yair Lapid, continues its negotiations aimed at forming a new government that does not include the current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who described these efforts as a fraud of the century, and that they are a threat to Israel’s security.
In turn, the director of the Jerusalem Center for Israeli Studies, Imad Abu Awwad, said that the formation of an Israeli government led by Lapid will not change the situation because it is a right-wing government that does not differ from its predecessor, and the Israeli political scene is reflected in the Palestinian issue.
Abu Awad added that for 10 years the Israeli right has controlled the government, which has expanded the settlement process, confiscation of land in the West Bank, and the Judaization of holy sites in Jerusalem, and that the Jewish extremists do not want a government outside the right to continue implementing their plans.
For his part, the writer specializing in American affairs, Muhammad Al-Minshawi said that the American dimension is always present in the Israeli elections, and many prime ministers have bragged about their relationship with American presidents, and Netanyahu has put his pictures with former US President Donald Trump and bragged about his relationship with him, but the current President Joe Biden will welcome An Israeli government without Netanyahu.
Al-Minshawi added that Netanyahu’s rapprochement with the Republicans in America led to a democratic rejection of him in Washington, and American analysts believe that Netanyahu’s absence will enhance the peace process and the two-state solution because he completely rejects it.