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…
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