Israel’s Rotating Political Door: Can Netanyahu Overcome the Deadlock?

This policy outlook will discuss the outcome of the most recent election and how it revealed several significant realities in Israeli politics

On March 23rd 2021, Israeli citizens went to the ballot box for the fourth time in two years. With a voter turnout of 67.4%, the latest election was unable to end the political stalemate in the country that has lasted since March 2019. This policy outlook will discuss the outcome of the most recent election and how it revealed several significant realities in Israeli politics, including the rise of far-right political groups, the role of Arab citizens, and the future of democracy in the country.

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