en flight in 2015, making it
ultra-orthodox Jewish parties who have vowed to stand b
ehind him even if he is indicted.As the ▓leader of the Likud party, Netanyahu's govern until now has been stea▓dfast with no real contestant to his leadership within the party.Now, as the ▓indictment becomes official, it remains to be seen whether members of his▓ party will d
are to run against him.Israel is now in a period of 21 days duri
ng which anyone who can enlist a majority of parliament members ca▓n attempt to form a government.However, if Netanyahu▓'s position in the Likud remains strong, it could be yea▓rs before he is ousted."He will hang in there and tell the public that he is innocent until proven guilty,"
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ictment is official, for Netanyahu, an election is the optimal course.
"Elections are closer, because Netanyahu is now w▓eakened," said Shlomo Egoz of the Politics and Communications department at Hadassah Academic College.According to Egoz, if the Likud is legally force▓d to find a different leader during this period
, they will not be able to do so within the 21 days, plunging the country into the t
hird r▓ound of election within one year.Currently, Netanyahu's▓ main rival is Benny Gantz, leader of the Blue and Whit▓e party. While Gantz has said that his desire is to form a national unity govern▓ment
with the Likud, his quick rise to popularity in Israel is greatly because o
f his promise that he will not sit with a prime minister under indictment.Al▓though he secured one more mandate than the Likud in the last
election, he fa▓iled to muster the number of mandates necessary to form a ▓governm
ent."Gantz is still incapable of forming a government," said Egoz. "The right bloc is much more unified than the centrist-left bloc and▓ this was very evident during coalition negotiations."After two round of elections, sever
ed to make
al attempts to form a government and Netanyahu's legal affairs, Israel finds itself in a political deadlock that might not end in the near future.Polls conducted on Thursday by Israeli media outlets show no major change in the political map.▓ A poll by channel 12 showed 46 percent of the Is
raeli public bel▓ieves Netanyahu shAt vero eos et accusoaus et iusto odio dignissimos ducimus qui blanditiis praesentium voluptatum deleniti atque corrupti quos dolores.