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Thursday, January 24, 2013

ISRAEL | Elections A weakened contacts Netanyahu begins to form government


To hold elections to be the undisputed king of the new independent government to be in the hands of a former journalist charismatic center.With the wound still fresh of the painful and unexpected blow to the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and is engaged in the arduous task of forming the executive number 33 in the history of Israel in the hope that it is not the shortest . With the spectacular achievement of the new star in the firmament local television centrist leader and Yair Lapid , Netanyahu wear and ashare of 66.6% (the highest since 2003), the Israelis have shown their protest against the current Government and ruling parties, inhabited by the usual leaders. According to 99.8% of the results counted, the Parliament (Knesset)offers an exciting tie at 60 seats between the block and the ultra-Orthodox right and center-left and Arab parties. The Knesset in its maximum essence targeting a more centrist government right. The 'optimistic' Netanyahu welcomes the 31 seats won that allow you to return to rule for the third time in 17 years . Only the founder of Israel, David Ben Gurion, with 13 years and 127 days, he overcomes. The 'pessimistic' Netanyahu is mourning the loss of 11 seats compared to the force that the Likud and Israel Beiteinu Knesset had in the current (42). On the other hand, if he had not joined in October with Avigdor Lieberman, today probably would not be the only candidate to form a government. Lapid only offers optimistic face to rise, with 19 seats, and the second most voted. The key factor in the success or failure was Bibi III. If anything louder than failure is success Netanyahu Lapid, catapulted by young, middle class and Facebook . A former journalist for 49 years that follows the example of his father, Yosef Lapid Tommy that from the press box ended up being Minister of Justice. After talking on the phone last night, Netanyahu agreed Lapid and ask"the broadest possible government""A government that moderate forces that can bring real change to the Israelis," Lapid calls claiming several flags for entry into the coalition. The ultra-Orthodox youth entering the labor market and the Army, measures to improve the battered middle class and a peace process with the Palestinians to halt the increasing isolation of Israel are three main conditions that Lapid has put on the table. "The citizens of Israel have said no to the politics of fear and hatred, not radicalism and anti-democracy" , says Lapid throughout the campaign that claimed "not belonging to block left or right."

Five lines

Netanyahu, meanwhile, refers to five general without being aware that Lapid only has a minority government formed by the two ultra-Orthodox parties (18 seats) and his personal rival, the leader of Bayt Yehudi (Jewish Home), Naftali Bennett has obtained 11 seats. "We must form a government as large as possible. Already I have initiated this mission. Results of the elections are an opportunity to make the changes they expect the Israelis," Netanyahu said in a speech that had little 'triumphant' . According to him, the new executive will be based on five principles: "military fortress to the challenges we face starting with preventing Iran from having nuclear weapons, economic responsibility to the runaway global crisis, responsibility in pursuit of authentic peace, increased equality in military readiness and reducing the high cost of living, especially housing lasa ". Israeli media today holder agrees: "Deception of Netanyahu, Lapid success" . The question now is not whether Lapid will be a preferred partner and important minister (perhaps foreign) but whether Netanyahu will be the ultra-Orthodox Shas, Lapid great rival. According to all analysts, will be a centrist government in the political, social and economic. The Labour leader, Shelly Yachimovich, said that "voting is a complete confidence motion against Netanyahu" ahead with 15 seats will be leader of the opposition "for the government to fall as soon as possible." On February 4, Parliament meets for the oath of the 120 deputies. They will then have consultations with President Shimon Peres and the formation of the new government. Iran, the Palestinians and U.S. President Barack Obama will be very outstanding.

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