Analysis: Despite Amona panic, don’t expect an election

“This feels like the weeks before the last election was called,” a Likud minister confided to two reporters in the Knesset cafeteria last Wednesday while the coalition was in a state of chaos, with Kulanu stopping a vote on the settlement bill and Bayit Yehudi blocking, well, everything else.

And the minister was right – it felt a lot like the collapse of the previous government, which didn’t last much longer than a year, partly because the parties kept preventing each other from passing laws.


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