Until the end of last week, Benjamin Netanyahu was a happy man. He had managed a master-stroke : after having crushed his main political opponents, he remained Prime minister, with polls looking good, who promised his party, the Likud, 40 mandates. Enough, theoretically, to get rid of his cumbersome coalition partner, Benny Gantz, the president of Blue and White and what to have the hands free to form a government of the right to his or her taste.
The head of the right could, therefore, move forward and realize his great project : to impose the souver...Article reserved to subscribers
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