How Close are we to Elections and who will Win? (Updated with accurate information)

 

  • The Ministerial Committee on Legislation approved a bill that will allow the state to “reimburse” Palestinians for privately owned land if Jews build settlements on that land in “good faith”. The bill was passed after Naftali Bennett told Minister of Justice Ayelet Shaked to bring the bill before the Committee following a shouting match with Defense Minister and Yisrael Beitenu head Avigdor Liberman. Bibi and Liberman opposed the law’s immediate passage because they wanted to give the Supreme Court room to delay the evacuation of Amona. In addition, Liberman said that it was inappropriate to pass the item which would put pressure on America and could lead them to supporting an anti-Israel Security Council resolution.  The legal advisor to the government said that he would have difficulty defending the bill in front of the court. The incident is a clear example of Bennett’s party attempting to win votes back from the Likud and could portend a coalition collapse.  Continue reading “How Close are we to Elections and who will Win? (Updated with accurate information)”

How Close are we to Elections and who will Win? The Weekly Update

 

How Close are we to Elections and who will Win? The Weekly Update