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Why Israel’s Gantz should propose a minority government

Al Monitor 21.10.2019. 08:03

Why Israel’s Gantz should propose a minority government

The claim that only a big government can make big decisions crashes repeatedly on the rocks of Israel’s reality. Narrowly based governments (with at least a 61-seat majority in the 120-member Knesset) and even minority governments (governments with 60 seats or less) were the ones that made Israel’s»»»
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