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After 508-day crisis, Israel’s New Government Finally Sworn In By Knesset

After 508-day crisis, Israel’s New Government Finally Sworn In By Knesset
The PM David Ben Gurion delivers his opening speech at the second session of the Knesset
Image by Government Press Office (Israel)

Israel’s 35th government was sworn in at the Knesset on Sunday, bringing an end to a 508-day political deadlock during which lawmakers were unable to cobble together a coalition.

The Knesset voted 73-46 in favor of the new government.

Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu was sworn in as prime minister and will head the government for the fifth term of his political career…

To read more visit Times of Israel.

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