Israeli elections: Raucous scenes in Knesset as Benjamin Netanyahu ousted from office

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  • Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Israeli elections: Raucous scenes in Knesset as Benjamin Netanyahu ousted from office” – below is their description.

    Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12-year hold on power has ended as parliament voted on a new government of improbable allies. The schism was evident at a raucous session of the legislature ahead of the vote. Netanyahu loyalists, shouting ‘shame’ and ‘liar’, frequently interrupted the man set to replace him, nationalist Naftali Bennett, as he spelled out the new coalition’s policies. During his last speech as prime minister, a combative Netanyahu vowed to return: ‘We will be back, soon’ he said multiple times 

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