Israel’s Democracy is in Peril

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David Frum: Israel is considered a democratic country, but a close look at its domestic political combustion sadly reveals that Israel's democracy is in tatters and is tearing at the seams. He says that none of the coalition governments that were formed during this period has lasted more than a year. Frum says that neither of the political blocs has been able to form a functioning coalition government that enjoys a stable majority.
2 months ago·Israel

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Israel’s Democracy is in Peril

By all accounts Israel is considered a democratic country, but a close look at its domestic political combustion sadly reveals that Israel’s democracy is in tatters and is tearing at the seams. This is due to the political leaders’ dismal failure to summon their collective resourcefulness and energy to respond to the call of the …

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Israel’s democracy is in danger

Prime Minister Yair Lapid of Israel addresses the seventy-seventh session of the UN General Assembly. September 2022. He told delegates that a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was "the right thing" for Israel, but warned that a future Palestinian state should not be "a new terror base." Credit: UN Photo/Cia Pak Opinion by Alon

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