Signature of final coalition agreement in 'Israel' confirmed
Israeli Prime Minister-elect Benjamin Netanyahu and his coalition announced the signature of the final coalition agreement.
After all the nuances were worked out, the ultra-Orthodox United Torah Judaism alliance and the Likud party, led by Benjamin Netanyahu, inked, on Wednesday, a formal coalition agreement, Israeli media reported.
The signing of the agreement was subsequently confirmed by the Religious Zionist Party, the Shas party, the Otzma Yehudit party, and the Noam party, according to the reports
In this context, Netanyahu said, "We will establish a stable government for a full term."
It is worth noting that Netanyahu has reportedly sacrificed security stability by appointing ministers who did not serve in the Israeli occupation army or served for a shorter period of time in order to avoid being indicted, as per Israeli media.
The reports added that “Israel” appears to have entered a state of delirium in the distribution of ministerial portfolios in Netanyahu's government.
In a video of his conversation with Herzog, Netanyahu claimed that he has succeeded in forming a government, just minutes before the midnight deadline.
The Israeli occupation witnessed a turbulent period that saw Israeli settlers go to the polls five times in less than four years. The weeks of wrangling are far from over as Netanyahu’s coalition may still face significant internal tensions.
With a spree of Israeli barbarism and near-nightly raids as occupation forces constantly crack on Palestinians, most notably in the West Bank, 2022 is shaping up to be the deadliest year in a long time.
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