“The results may or may not be to your liking, but the vote of the Israeli people should be respected,” the Israeli president said.
After a five-month hiatus, Israel’s Knesset went back to work this week, and the first order of business was to undo the effects of a bill passed by the previous government.
Coming down to the wire, Israeli PM Netanyahu has successfully formed a coalition government with less than two hours to go before his deadline was set to expire.
In a stunning and crushing victory, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party came out on top in Tuesday’s highly anticipated and closely watched elections.
With Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu celebrating a resounding victory in Tuesday’s elections, millions of people across Israel came out in droves to cast their votes.
Elections are taking place in Israel on Tuesday, and the weeks and months leading up to the day have proven to be an interesting race.
According to a Midgam/Channel 2 poll released one week before the March 17 general election, 49 percent of all Israelis see Benjamin Netanyahu.
The next 12 months until President Barack Obama leaves office promise to be the most challenging period in the history of US-Israel relations.