Gantz demands Knesset vote for new Speaker
Kahol Lavan leader Benny Gantz on Friday requested a vote on Monday for a new Knesset Speaker to oust the Likud incumbent. Likud slammed the move noting that, 24 hours after the prime minister invited the opposition leader to establish a national emergency government to combat the coronavirus epidemic, Kahol Lavan had failed to grasp the scale of the crisis and continued to engage in petty politics. A zero grade for leadership and good sense, said Likud.
6 thoughts on “Gantz demands Knesset vote for new Speaker”
Gantz Vader has been lured on the dark side of the Force, now one of the most iconic villains in popular culture.
Gantz once more proved that he is a Schwantz. The best ting for world Jewry and the word. No State No Zionism No hebrew Try again in 2000 years
Rabbi, I’m American and do not understand your statement, . . . could you elaborate, please? I like to follow information about Israel, but am unfamiliar with some of the terms used by Israelis in their every day conversations.
Gantz should just cool his heels 3 more days until the Netanyahu Trial of the Century begins, then it will be a whole fresh new morning
The answer is completely obvious — it’s a unity government without Netanyahu
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