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Good points. But doesn’t the same Parliamentary system that facilitates easier ‘Removal’, also empower smaller pluralities, and along with it, occasionally more ‘extremist’ coalitions?

How Netanyahu has stayed in power this long

Likud, the right-wing Israeli political party was founded in September 1973 to challenge the Israel Labour Party, which had governed the country since its independence in 1948, and first came to power in 1977, with Menachem Begin as prime minister. For decades thereafter, Likud alternated in government with the Labour Party, forming coalitions with minor parties, especially those with an ultra-religious or a nationalist ideology.

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