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    After failing to form a government ... Is Netanyahu's political future nearing the end?

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    The political scene inside Israel is becoming increasingly complicated, with the re-election of the Knesset (parliament), which dissolved itself in late May, in a precedent that is the first of its kind.
    Day after day, the "cards of the election game" are mixed with the ambitions of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a fifth term after the April 9 elections, at a time when opinion polls are likely to evade them, in parallel to the widening rifts between him and his traditional Likud allies Supporters of the far right, and the rise of the shares of "White Blue" led by his strong rival Benny Gantz, former chief of staff.
    When 
    Netanyahu launched his campaign from the headquarters of the Likud Party in Tel Aviv (AFP)
    In recent days, after Netanyahu failed to form a coalition government, the Israeli prime minister, who is accused of several corruption cases, faces a "vague future" and many challenges to his plans both internally and externally, waiting to be resolved in the new round of elections scheduled for Sept. 17, ), As observers see that the chances of winning the Likud, which got 36 seats in the last election, "is far", while the alliance is "blue white", who got 35 seats in the formation of the new government.
    An ambitious fifth term 
    in his article at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, attributed David Makovsky, the main reason for the failure of the Israeli prime minister to form a coalition, to " the reluctance of the leader of the party (Yisrael Beiteinu) extremist Avigdor Lieberman granted parliamentary support necessary to ensure that the majority includes 61 seats in the Knesset Author Of 120 seats "
    Makovsky considered that the refusal, due to disagreements with fundamentalist Orthodox parties, over the content of the "Recruitment Law", which imposed civil fines on some religious institutions, if a sufficient number of young Jewish hardliners did not serve the military, which caused a split between Netanyahu and his defense minister Former Lieberman, and has developed in recent days to recoil and exchange accusations.
    According to the Israeli analyst, Ben Caspit, Netanyahu's survival in political life has become an "impossible task," especially since he has not faced this kind of challenge before (failure to form a government), explaining that "in order for the Israeli prime minister to form a government Right after the next elections on 17 September, his party must win 40 seats in the Knesset, an increase of 5 seats from the last election, which is excluded by most recent polls. "
    Netanyahu, nicknamed by his close associates as Bibi, formed his first government in June 1996 and remained president until July 1999.
    On March 31, 2009, he was reelected and led three successive governments. If Netanyahu can form a "fifth" government, he will break the record set by the founder of the State of Israel, David Ben-Gurion, who led Israeli governments for 13 years .
    In addition to the failure to form a government, Netanyahu faces a dilemma of financial corruption and bribery. According to the Israeli public prosecutor, the Israeli prime minister is accused on several issues, known as media files 1000, 2000 and 4000.
    Over the past two years, after a series of lengthy investigations with Netanyahu and his associates, the Israeli police have recommended an indictment against him in three key files.
    In the file known as No. 1000, the prime minister is accused of receiving bribes from Israeli businessmen in return for providing services to them. In 2000, he is accused of contacting the publisher of the Israeli newspaper Yediot Ahronot, Arnon Mozes, for receiving positive media coverage in return for the restrictions on Israel Day "competition.
    In the file 4000 charges of financial facilities for Bezeq for communications in return for positive media coverage in the site of "Walaa" Israeli owned by the owner of the telecommunications company.
    Last Thursday, Israeli Attorney General Avihay Mendelblit refused to postpone a hearing for Netanyahu on corruption cases scheduled for October. After the Israeli Prime Minister submitted a request to postpone the hearing on the pretext of dissolving the Knesset.
    According to the Israeli analyst between Caspit, the many talk of corruption charges, which Netanyahu must defend himself before the prosecutor, the Israeli prime minister is surrounded by political and judicial developments that seem to be the "beginning of the end" for him.
    For its part, sees the newspaper "Haaretz" Israeli, that the upcoming elections in September, will be a strong rivalry between Netanyahu and Lieberman, knowing each other's weaknesses.
    Rift in the Israeli right 
    was remarkable in the recent Israeli elections, which took place in April last, won the far right - wing camp 65 seats, more than half of the seats in the Knesset (120 seats), but the escalation of differences between the Likud and its traditional allies in the far - right, led To further divide the front against the two-state solution and withdraw from the settlements, as well as the militancy towards regional and international issues.
    According to Said Okasha, a researcher at the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, "the accumulated experience in Israeli politics shows that right-wing and extreme right parties occupy the central position in the Israeli political map, but this status can be undermined if they view themselves as competing , Not allied, "
    "The current picture is hitting the right-wing front with its different shades of anxiety. The competition and the conflict appeared to be apparent in the last elections. The Likud is suffering from a sharp upsurge between those who support Netanyahu and those who think of leaning toward his rival, Gideon Sa'ar, who aspires to lead the Likud in the future. The unexpected failure of the "new right" party to exceed the discount rate (4 seats) shows the risk of dispersion and the dispersal of votes that could have been an important asset for the FMLN in forming the Knesset. "
    "The presence of Netanyahu as a strong leader is an important condition for unifying the right front and minimizing internal conflicts," Okasha said. "But now he is at risk of trial and conviction in cases of corruption and exploitation of power against him, and the likelihood of his disappearance from political life will be a severe crisis for the right."
    Polls The 
    day after the Knesset dissolved itself, and the call for new elections on May 30, a poll conducted by the Israeli newspaper Maariv showed that the balance tends to hold Lieberman responsible for going to new elections. 46% This is the reason, while 35% said that "Netanyahu is responsible."
    According to the latest poll, published today, "Israel Today" Hebrew, two days ago, the Israeli prime minister may find himself again, in front of the dilemma of not being able to form a right-wing government, after the early elections next.
    According to the results of the poll, if the elections were held today, the right-wing bloc (without Avigdor Lieberman) would receive 59 seats in the 120-member Knesset (Israeli parliament), while any prime minister would have the confidence of at least 61 members of the Knesset .
    The right-wing Yisrael Beiteinu party, headed by Lieberman, is expected to win eight seats, compared with five seats in the last elections.
    Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party is still ahead of 36 seats, in return for a "blue-white" coalition led by Benny Gantz with 34 seats, and within the right-wing parties the ultra-Orthodox Shas party is likely to win 7 seats , "Yahudut Torah" on 7, and "New Right" headed by Naftali Bennett and Eli Shakid on 5, and "Union of Right Parties" on 4.
    And the "Deal of the Century" 
    at a time when the US administration is close to announcing its plan for peace in the region known as the "Deal of the Century", especially as the Bahrain Economic Workshop is approaching to discuss the economic aspects of the plan late this month with regional and international participation and a Palestinian boycott, Tensions in Israel's internal political scene on the future of the "plan", according to observers.
    While some see the US administration's intention to present the plan despite Netanyahu's leadership of the caretaker government, others believe that the future of the plan itself at home is "at stake."
    According to David Makovsky, the upcoming September elections in Israel may also undermine the long-term peace plan.
    The Israeli newspaper Maariv said that the formation of the government and the call for early elections would postpone the proposal and the Palestinian refusal to discuss it.
    "Assessments indicate that if the plan is not presented at the current stage, there may be no progress at all," noting that "2020 will be the year of elections in the United States, and presidents usually do not bear political risks that could affect their chances of being elected to those Periods ".
    The newspaper pointed out that "the peace plan requires concessions from Israel on the one hand, in addition to the chances of success is very low on the other hand," asserting that "if not elected Trump as President of the United States, will bury the plan, which bears the image, even before publication, According to the newspaper.
    The cost of the Israeli elections 
    According to Israeli press estimates, the initial cost of the upcoming elections may reach $ 470 million, directly and indirectly.
    According to the Walla website, it could reach NIS 600 million ($ 166.6 million) in the three months. "The amount will be distributed to the government support of the parties competing in the elections with a value of 195 million shekels (54.1 million dollars). While the expenses of the Israeli General Election Commission will amount to NIS 255 million ($ 70.8 million) and 150 million shekels ($ 41.7 million), additional expenses. "
    In addition, according to press reports, the Israeli economy may cost NIS 1.1 billion ($ 304 million) on Election Day. The law stipulates that the day of general elections shall be considered an official holiday in all public and private institutions. Under the law, to facilitate the exercise of the right to vote, every voter has the right to use free means of transport from one town to another back and forth.
    For its part, the newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth, before the decision to dissolve the Knesset, that the direct and indirect cost of these elections, may total up to 5 billion shekels ($ 1.38 billion), from the budget and the Israeli market.
    It is noteworthy that the number of Israeli voters is 6 million and 339 thousand and 279 voters, according to the Election Commission.
    Voters cast their votes in 10,000 and 720 ballot boxes, including 191 in hospitals, 58 in prisons and 96 in Israeli diplomatic and consular missions. A voter outside Israel is not entitled to participate in the elections unless he is a member of diplomatic and consular missions.



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