Benjamin Netanyahu’s rivals on brink of forming unity government ending Bibi’s 12 year rule

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    Benjamin Netanyahu’s rivals were on the brink of removing him from power on Sunday after Naftali Bennett, a right-wing firebrand, threw his support behind a coalition government with centrist leader Yair Lapid.

    In a major step towards unseating Israel’s longest serving prime minister, Mr Bennett said his Yamina party would back a “unity” coalition that would draw support from across the Israeli political spectrum. 

    “It’s either a fifth election, or a unity government,” Mr Bennett said in a televised speech. 

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