Netanyahu could lose PM job as rivals attempt to join forces

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    The head of a small hard-line party on Sunday said he would try to form a unity government with Prime Minister Benjamin #Netanyahu’s opponents, taking a major step toward ending the 12-year rule of the Israeli leader. In a nationwide address, Yamina party leader #NaftaliBennett said he had decided to join forces with the country’s opposition leader, Yair #Lapid. The pair have until Wednesday to complete a deal in which they are expected to each serve two years as prime minister in a rotation deal. FRANCE 24’s Irris Makler tells us more.

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