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“Israel’s” Rift: Gov’t could Collapse amid Captives’ Talks Impasse

“Israel’s” Rift: Gov’t could Collapse amid Captives’ Talks Impasse
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By Staff, Agencies

“Israeli” “KAN” television cautioned that “Israel's” emergency government teeters on the brink of collapse as efforts to negotiate a captives deal with Hamas Resistance movement stall.

The so-called “National Unity” Party, led by Minister-without-portfolio Benny Gantz, expressed growing concerns over the government's inability to make headway in the ongoing hostage negotiations.

“KAN's” report suggests that the coalition's stability is increasingly fragile, with key figures warning of a potential rupture.

During a war cabinet meeting held on Wednesday, Member of Knesset Gadi Eisenkot, representing the so-called “National Unity Party”, delivered a stark ultimatum, indicating that he would resign from the government if negotiations failed to progress.

The looming threat of Eisenkot's resignation has cast a shadow over the emergency government's future. “KAN's” report suggests that Eisenkot's departure could precipitate a broader crisis within the coalition, potentially triggering significant political realignments.

“KAN's” assessment follows earlier reports indicating that the coalition has been bracing for the possibility of Gantz's departure from the government.

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