The Israeli government is on the brink, after the departure of another lawmaker

TEL AVIV — Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s government faces a new threat to its existence after a second lawmaker quit the ruling coalition on Thursday, leaving him with a minority in parliament less than a year after taking office. able.

Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi, Arab MP from the left-wing Meretz party, in a letter to Mr. Bennett and the Minister of Foreign Affairs Yair Lapid on Thursday, said she was resigning from the coalition because she was taking too many right-wing positions and avoiding her left-wing partners.


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