The Bennett government's dismal legislative record
Just 43% of government bills made it into law.
Just 43% of government bills made it into law.
Under Shaked, Yamina projected to be left out of next Knesset, poll finds, while Netanyahu bloc secures 61-seat majority.
Right-wing parties more likely to form next government, according to majority of Israelis. Leftists pessimistic about Israeli democracy.
Left-wing bloc gains ground in first poll conducted after Yair Lapid becomes prime minister, while Yamina barely crosses threshold.
Knesset to vote to dissolve itself Wednesday, triggering end of Bennett premiership.
Coalition and Opposition MKs reach deal ensuring dissolution of Knesset this week. Parties to get 30 million shekels extra in state funding.
Compromise would take bill aimed at barring Netanyahu from premiership off the table - in exchange for swift dissolution of the Knesset.
Legislation dissolving Knesset, calling new elections faces key test Monday, as coalition members fear Likud could block bill's passage.
Knesset votes 110 to 0 to back bill sending Israel to early elections. But Opposition looks to slow-walk dissolution's final vote.
Meretz left out of next Knesset, poll shows, while haredi parties lose voters to Religious Zionist Party - Otzma Yehudit alliance.
Will rogue Yamina MK Nir Orbach back snap elections -or insist on formation of new government in present Knesset?
PM says he is 'fighting' for the preservation of this 'good government' during 40 signatures debate.
Most of the public prefers to see the current government complete its term rather than go to elections.
Gadi Eizenkot has decided to run for the Knesset and is in talks with several parties, the main one being Yesh Atid.
MK Idit Silman votes against, and vote on appointment of Matan Kahana as Religious Services Minister ends in tie.
2 govt members, MKs Ganaim and Rinawie Zoabi, vote against bill applying Israeli law in Judea and Samaria. Silman absent from vote.
Justice Minister Sa'ar warns of 'anarchy,' Judea and Samaria residents will lose civil rights if bill fails in the Knesset.
Today in the Knesset, it is Judgment Day for the controversial experiment coopting an Israeli Arab party into the coalition. Op-ed
Chaos erupts in Knesset during debate over law imposing death penalty on terrorists.
Law banning PLO flags in universities approved in a preliminary reading in the Knesset.
Bill recognizing bereaved siblings advances as right-wing MKs ejected for accusing MK Ahmad Tibi of supporting terrorism.
70% of Israelis don't want Arab factions in the next government, poll shows. Meretz again fails to cross electoral threshold.
President of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola, addresses a special Knesset plenary session.
PM defends government policies in Knesset debate, says 'person who stood here for the last decade' should apologize.
Russian Ambassador to Israel Anatoly Viktorov storms out of Knesset plenumafter MKs criticize Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.
MK Samy Abu Shahadeh says his party will vote this week in favor of a bill to dissolve the Knesset.
MK Itamar Ben Gvir to MKs Samy Abu Shahadeh and Aida Touma-Sliman: Those who support the murder of soldiers should go to Syria.
Ahmad Tibi, Ayman Odeh vote against 2 no-confidence motions as Silman, Chikli Ra'am are all absent from the vote.
Move would give opposition a majority to bring down the government, but opposition fears political trick to save government.
Israel's leaders and leading artists participate in Memorial Day ceremony at the Knesset.
Netanyahu bloc rises to 59 seats in latest poll, while Bennett coalition falls to 55 seats, with New Hope left out of next Knesset.
Rogue Yamina MK barred from running with any party currently in the Knesset in next elections after committee decision.
Likud MK says he is in talks with multiple coalition MKs on their following MK Idit Silman in leaving the coalition.
Blue and White chairman reportedly mulling joint run with New Hope in case of new elections.
New poll shows Prime Minister Bennett's party failing to make it into next Knesset, while pro-Netanyahu bloc reaches absolute majority.
PMO fears speech by Public Security Minister would play into the hands of the opposition, replaces him with Communications Minister.
Just 38% of Israelis satisfied with Bennett's handling of security, with 66% disapproving of gov't handling of economy.
55% of Israelis prefer Netanyahu as PM, marking significant rise in recent months, with Bennett gov't receiving low marks from voters.
Amid recess, such a speech would require special hearing. Knesset speaker instead proposes Zoom meeting with MKs, but Ukrainians refuse.
Opposition declares no confidence, coalition delays final vote on bill to limit number of years an MK can serve as prime minister.