Israelis demonstrate to demand a new government

 Dozens of Israelis demonstrated today, Friday, in front of the homes of a number of party leaders, demanding that they not join the government headed by Benjamin Netanyahu, leader of the Likud party.

According to the Walla Al-Abri website, the demonstrations took place in front of the homes of Benny Gantz, leader of the Blue and White party, Gideon Sa'ar, leader of the New Amal party, and Naftali Bennett, leader of the New Right party.

The demonstrators demanded the formation of a new government for change, and that those responsible work for the benefit of the public, their security, well-being and health without prejudice, transparency and honesty.

This comes after a meeting between Netanyahu and Bennett that lasted for 3 hours and was described as very good, and that for the first time this meeting was this friendly and better than expected.

Bennett said after the meeting that he would continue to make great efforts to form a good government for Israel soon, and that it was agreed to continue the meetings.

Tomorrow evening, he will meet with Yair Lapid, leader of the party, there is a future with Bennett.

 

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