The political drama in Israel, during which Netanyahu moved from the prime minister’s chair to the post of opposition leader after 12 consecutive years, is extensively covered around the world. Netanyahu’s rule. ”
The German Deutsche Welle wrote in its headline that “the Israeli parliament approved the coalition and ousted Netanyahu.” The newspaper called the “break” coalition eight “eight parties and replaces Prime Minister Netanyahu after 12 years in the leadership position.”
The BBC concluded: “Netanyahu – a shrewd leader who reshaped Israel.” The subtitle states on the British network that Netanyahu was called the “King of Israel” and that “for a generation Netanyahu ruled Israeli politics.” It added: “The leader who ruled the country for the longest time, who was known for his militant style, who played a key role in the transition to a more right-wing and nationalist view.”
“Netanyahu was fired, the Israeli parliament approved a new government,” the Washington Post wrote. “By a narrow margin, the Knesset approved a diverse coalition, which ended Netanyahu’s tenure as leader for the longest time in Israel. The new prime minister will be headed by right-wing legislator Naftali Bennett.”
The Arab media also covered the drama extensively. Al-Arabiya wrote: “Netanyahu’s tenure as prime minister for 12 years has ended. On his way to the opposition, Netanyahu, 71, the most dominant Israeli politician of his generation, promised to return to power soon. In a stormy session, Netanyahu’s right-wing and ultra-Orthodox supporters shouted ‘shame.’ And a “liar” toward Bennett, that parliament voted for confidence in his new government by a tiny 60-59 majority.
The French La Figaro wrote: “A new government coalition uniting the far right, the center and an Arab party is ousting Bibi from power.” At the same time, the French newspaper presented a picture that emphasized the dome on Bennett’s head. “