Skip to comments.With Netanyahu's fate in question, Israel poised for new election
Posted on 12/11/2019 7:47:25 AM PST by C19fan
Israel headed on Wednesday towards a third national election in less than a year with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu facing the fight of his life for political survival after a criminal indictment.
After giving its preliminary approval, and barring last-minute progress in deadlocked efforts to form a new government, parliament was set to vote for its dissolution later in the day and approve a March 2 election date already agreed by the two major parties.
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The criminal indictment is a fake, just like the impeachment.
Changing a seat or two either way determines who gets asked to form the next government. The results of the last two elections were not identical, no reason to believe the March one will be either.
US should try their system as well as France and Britain/s—
Have six to eight parties (AOC and Tlaib,Biden,Pelosi,California Party, Climate Change Party,LGBTQ Party all with own parties in place of Dems; Romney, Collins & Flake party, revived Tea Party and Trump MAGA Party).
Each new election a president would have a one year term with two impeachments allowed each year. Re-election campaign would begin after swearing-in.
If no coalition government formed then another election during the term. Only congressional business permitted other than impeachment would be tax raising each 90 days, until new coalition formed.
That’s why we should be glad our uniparty Deep State System (Republicrats) protects us from the coalition style.
Or is it all a nightmare?
His opponent's should worry over their eternal fate.
Which, I assume, is nothing but a trumped-up charge created by God-hating Marxist Lefties?
This Lieberman prick is at fault.
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