First day of Knesset overshadowed by talk of elections


Knesset Building in Israel.

(Worthy News) - The Knesset opened its winter session on Monday amid speculation about when the parliament will be dispersed and when the next election will be initiated.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu devoted his 40-minute speech at the festive opening of the session by listing his government’s diplomatic, security and economic accomplishments and criticizing the opposition.

“It is not our democracy that has been lost, as the opposition says, but the Leftocracy,” Netanyahu said, coining a new word. “The opposition is disconnected from the nation. [ Source: Jerusalem Post (Read More...) ]

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