Who will govern Israel?

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY VIDEO) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he has given up his efforts to form a government.

Benjamin Netanyahu is the longest serving leader of Israel.

He’s been in office twice — his second stint lasting more than a decade.

Some, have even called him the Magician of Israeli politics.

But he’s been unable to convince his rivals to join him and form a coalition government.

The Prime minister’s setback is an opportunity for the leader of the opposition Blue and White Party Benny Gants, to form a coalition of his own.

But this doesn’t mean Netanyahu is out completely.

So, how will this play out?


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