Noticias

Herzog, Lapid to duel for opposition leadership on Jerusalem streets

08 Oct 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
The Jerusalem Post

Zionist Union chairman Isaac Herzog and Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid will take their battle over the leadership of the opposition to the Old City of Jerusalem Thursday morning where they plan to hold rival press conferences minutes apart on the same bloodied street.

Herzog and Lapid both want to paint themselves as the main alternative to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. They both have become increasingly critical of the prime minister.

Netanyahu threatens to change up coalition over security critique

07 Oct 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
The Jerusalem Post

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threatened to change the makeup of his governing coalition if right-wing ministers continue to attack his handling of the current wave of Palestinian terrorism, sources close to him said on Tuesday.

Channel 2 reported that Netanyahu told Bayit Yehudi leaders Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked during Monday night’s closed-door security cabinet meeting that if they criticize him like Bennett did during Operation Protective Edge, the composition of his coalition would be changed.

Insight: A political guide to ‘after the holidays’

07 Oct 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
The Jerusalem Post

The succot have come down. The mahzorim have been put away. The refrigerator is full of leftovers. And starting Wednesday, the children will finally start going to school each and every weekday morning.

Yes, the period known in Israel as aharei hahagim – after the holidays – has arrived.

It is common in Israel to postpone any project, any big decision, any serious work really until “after the holidays,” which ahead of Rosh Hashana seems so far off in the future.

After all, it is at least eleven chicken meals away.

Terrorist attacks cause tension inside Netanyahu's coalition

06 Oct 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
The Jerusalem Post

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has become increasingly frustrated with how right-wing ministers in Bayit Yehudi and Likud have reacted to the wave of terrorist attacks, Netanyahu's associates said Monday night.

They said the claims that the IDF was not being given the proper support was "an infuriating lie" and that ministers have been issuing proposals to the press that are already being implemented by security forces under the prime minister and defense minister's directives.

Rivlin y Netanyahu se reúnen tras dos meses de desencuentros

25 Sep 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
La Vanguardia

(EFE).- El presidente del Estado de Israel, Reuven Rivlin, invitó hoy a su residencia de Jerusalén al primer ministro israelí, Benjamin Netanyahu, para celebrar una reunión, la primera entre ambos en dos meses.

La Oficina de Netanyahu informó de que ambos departieron sobre la situación política en la región y el desarrollo de las operaciones antiterroristas y accedieron a retomar una regularidad en sus encuentros "para ponernos al día y trabajar juntos ante los retos" que afronta el país, informó el diario Haaretz.

Netanyahu vows to run in next election, boost Likud

28 Mayo 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Jerusalem Post

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared for the first time Wednesday that he intends to run for an unprecedented fifth term in the next general election, promising to lead the Likud to 40 seats.

In a meeting of his party’s faction, Netanyahu called upon Likud MKs to maintain the current system of electing its candidates for the Knesset.

Netanyahu in talks with Erdan to bring him into government

20 Mayo 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Jerusalem Post

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to MK Gilad Erdan over the last few days in an effort to bring him into the government as soon as possible, a Likud spokesperson said on Wednesday.

 

He said that they still have not reached an agreement. Erdan has asked for the the Foreign Ministry but instead has been offered only a bolstered Public Security Ministry and the Strategic Affairs Ministry.

 

Netanyahu logra la investidura de su nuevo Gobierno por un solo voto

14 Mayo 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
El País

Después de haber dado la vuelta a los sondeos el 17 de marzo, el primer ministro Benjamín Netanyahu se disponía a iniciarse cuarto mandato de forma apacible, con el apoyo de 67 escaños en una Cámara de 120. El nacimiento del nuevo Gabinete se ha producido, sin embargo, tras un prolongado y accidentado parto en el que tuvo que esforzarse hasta cerca de la medianoche del jueves para sumar una mayoría de uno sólo voto, en medio de las acusaciones de la oposición, que calificaron de “circo político” la subasta de carteras ministeriales hasta última hora.

 

Shas joins government, Deri to be appointed economy minister

05 Mayo 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Ynet News

The ultra-Orthodox Shas party signed a coalition agreement with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party on Monday evening, effectively joining the government.

The Sephardic haredi party is the third party to join the fourth Netanyahu government, after Ashkenazi haredi party United Torah Judaism and Moshe Kahlon's Kulanu party joined the coalition on Wednesday. Netanyahu only has Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett left to recruit, after Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Lieberman announced earlier Monday he would not join the new government.

Netanyahu sufre para formar nuevo Gobierno a punto de expirar el plazo

03 Mayo 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
El País

Cuando los negocios salen razonablemente bien en Israel, todos coinciden en destacar que se trata de una nación avanzada e innovadora. Pero cuando se producen fallos o retrasos, de inmediato se alega que el país no está en Europa o Estados Unidos, sino en Oriente Próximo. En este entorno de bazar oriental, el primer ministro, Benjamín Netanyahu, afronta un descarnado regateo de última hora para formar Gobierno con otros cinco partidos.

Bennett gives up on Foreign Ministry for Education portfolio

26 Abr 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Jerusalem Post

Bayit Yehudi chairman Naftali Bennett asked to be Education Minister Saturday night, giving up his previous demand of the Foreign Ministry in order to ensure his party will have two more ministers.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Bennett he would give him an answer in the coming days.

Bennett’s move could pave the way for Netanyahu to bring Yisrael Beytenu into the coalition by offering Avigdor Liberman a third term in the Foreign Ministry.

Rivlin concede a Netanyahu dos semanas adicionales para formar gobierno

20 Abr 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
El Mundo

El jefe del Estado de Israel, Reuven Rivlin, ha concedido este lunes al primer ministro Benjamin Netanyahu una prórroga de dos semanas para completar la formación de su próximo ejecutivo, según informaron fuentes de la Presidencia.

En una reunión en privado que ambos dirigentes celebraron esta mañana, Netanyahu puso al tanto al presidente de la situación en lasnegociaciones con otros cinco partidos, y le pidió la prórroga de dos semanas que contempla la legislación para poder cerrar los últimos flecos.

For first time in weeks, Netanyahu, Bennett meet for coalition talks

18 Abr 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Jerusalem Post
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett met on Friday in the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem for the first time in three-and-a-half weeks as part of efforts to put together a government. The meeting took an hour-and-a-half and the two politicians agreed to continue the dialogue, a Bayit Yehudi spokesperson said.

Herzog denies reports of secret meeting with Netanyahu over coalition

15 Abr 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Jerusalem Post
Opposition leader Isaac Herzog continued to deny reports that he and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a secret meeting last week in which they discussed the possibility of forming a national unity government.

"It didn't happen and did not take place. Nothing about it was suggested and there was no discussion," Herzog said on Wednesday to Channel 2.

As April 22nd deadline to form coalition approaches, Netanyahu still with no deal

08 Abr 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Jerusalem Post
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Shas leader Arye Deri Tuesday night and marathon coalition talks will take place next week, in an effort to complete the process of forming a new government by the initial April 22 deadline.

The four-week mandate Netanyahu received from President Reuven Rivlin to form a government passed its halfway point Wednesday night. His associates said he is close to a deal with Shas and United Torah Judaism.

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