Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has not yet reached a conclusion on forming a government and has been paved the way for reelection.
Prime Minister Netanyahu submitted a bill to parliament, which envisions the annulment of the parliament and paves the way for early elections in the country, after the former coalition government of Israel, former Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman, forced coalition talks to force the mandatory military service to join the coalition government. The bill presented by Netanyahu was accepted with 65 yes votes for 43 no votes.
The bill, which envisages the annulment of the Assembly, needs to be more than two votes to enter into force.
As it is known, the deadline for Prime Minister Netanyahu to start the government six weeks ago will end on Wednesday.