Israel Cafe with Shay Rubinstein - Shared screen with speaker view
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Remind us how many votes are required for the minimum number of mandates?
It was smart of Rivlin to give Bibi the 1st chance to form a government because it he can’t do so, it opens the door to other coalitions. If he can form a government, then “good for him” from Revlon’s viewpoint.
Shay: so, what is the longest period of time that Israel “could be” without a government, before new elections are called?
was there talk of Netanyahu being president?
Second question: do you think that the problems with forming a government could make many Israelis change their mind about the whole process? about any of the poteintial leaders? Are there any surveys about this?
Please call on me, Shay. I have a basic question.
Nicki and Yale Stenzler
How many votes were cast that were not assigned to a party because the party did not attain the 3.25% required?
Thank you Shay for your thoughtful answers!! Also for your personal examples of friends and voter choice.
Although Natanyahu is not able to form a winning coalition he continues to have a steady support of a large segment of the voters. What is the source of this unwaivering support?
Shay has given us all an EXCELLENT example of what makes a “politician”: scientists “ride the train to the end of the line;” politicians “hop on &off trains yo get to the end before anyone else.” Courtesy of Max Weber, 20th cent. German sociologist.
What about forming a different kind of coalition gov’t to include a proportion of the positions of Lapid, Gantz and Netanyahu. What about building in cities throughout Israel Centers for International Peace that will include voices of the Knesset including the left and right wing, Yatid, Yemina and this new Arab coalition on parliamentary standing.
That’s a question
Shay, are you going on a hot air balloon ride while you are there?
Nicki and Yale Stenzler
Shay, Thank you for a very informative session.
Thank you so much Shay.
Shay; maybe next time you could give us your impressions of (a) politics in Turkey; and (b) position of Jewish community in community
Very interesting - as always! Thanks very much!!
This was very interesting! Thanks very much, Shay.
always informative...….enjpy your stay …..and
Today rajah to Shay and everyone! Great lecture!!
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