So what we don’t need to do is pile on concerns unnecessarily. Worry about what is real, not about what isn’t.
Israel desperately needs to reform its political system.
The novel virus, SARS-CoV-2, is blind to politicians’ need for popularity, especially those who likely do not understand the dynamics of this pandemic.
Women head a record eight of a possible 36 ministries but lead less important departments
Here are seven key steps that the new government should take in order to meet these challenges and take advantage of these opportunities.
Netanyahu, Gantz and their partners know that this ongoing surrender to the ultra-Orthodox parties is in complete betrayal of the Israeli public’s will, including that of their own voters.
The new government is excessive and expensive, an indulgence that Israel can not really afford during this so-called “state of emergency” in which the coronavirus crisis is far from over.
The stench of a decade ago is nothing compared to that surrounding a prime minister desperate to evade justice
Netanyahu helped solve the problem by persuading Erdan to become ambassador to the United States and United Nations, but other solutions ended up having to be more creative.
The new government will cost a total of NIS 238.5m., or an annual increase of NIS 79m.