Thirty-fifth government of Israel
|Thirty-fifth government of Israel|
35th cabinet of Israel
The thirty-fifth government of Israel (Hebrew: מֶמְשֶׁלֶת יִשְׂרָאֵל הַשְׁלוֹשִׁים וְחָמֵשׁ, Mem'shelet Yisra'el HaShloshim VeHamesh) will be the next government of Israel. It was expected to be established following the April 2019 election, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was unable to form a government, forcing a snap election, which will take place on 17 September 2019.
After the April 2019 Israeli legislative elections, the leader of Blue and White faction Benny Gantz conceded, paving the way for incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to start talks with other parties to form a governing coalition. Rivlin officially chose Netanyahu to form the next government.
Netanyahu was unable to form a coalition by the deadline of 29 May and called a snap election for 17 September 2019 instead of allowing the opposition (led by Benny Gantz) to attempt to form a coalition.
|Likud||Benjamin Netanyahu||35||Benjamin Netanyahu|||
|Blue & White||Benny Gantz||35||Benny Gantz|||
|Shas||Aryeh Deri||8||Benjamin Netanyahu|||
|UTJ||Yaakov Litzman||8||Benjamin Netanyahu|||
|Hadash–Ta'al||Ayman Odeh||6||No one|||
|Labor||Avi Gabbay||6||Benny Gantz|||
|Yisrael Beiteinu||Avigdor Lieberman||5||Benjamin Netanyahu|||
|United Right||Rafi Peretz||5||Benjamin Netanyahu|||
|Meretz||Tamar Zandberg||4||Benny Gantz|||
|Kulanu||Moshe Kahlon||4||Benjamin Netanyahu|||
|Ra'am–Balad||Mansour Abbas||4||No one|
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- Governments of Israel at the Knesset website
- The Government of Israel at the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs website
- Government Cabinet & Ministers at the Jewish Virtual Library website
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