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Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu to form new government

By DW
29 September 2019   |   4:55 pm
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has been tasked with forming the country's new government, the president's office stated. But neither Netanyahu nor his opponent Gantz has an easy way to form a parliamentary majority.

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