2022 Israeli Elections Debrief
Yohanan Plesner, president of the Israel Democracy Institute, and Jacob Kornbluh, the Forward's senior political correspondent, break down what happened — and what comes next. With Jodi Rudoren, our editor-in-chief.
Mon., Nov. 14, 2022
11 A.M. ET
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After five elections and several years of instability, Benjamin Netanyahu will soon be Israel’s prime ministership once again, backed by the most conservative coalition in the state’s history, with two far-right parties in his cabinet. What are the implications be for Israel’s judicial system, conflict with the Palestinians, international standing and relationship with the United States?
Join Yohanan Plesner, president of the Israel Democracy Institute, and Jacob Kornbluh, the Forward’s senior political correspondent, in conversation with Editor-in-Chief Jodi Rudoren to parse the election results and share behind-the-scenes insights about what the next government portends.
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