Noticias

Netanyahu, acusado

09 Mar 2019
Israel
Fuente: 
El País

La puesta en marcha por parte de la fiscalía general de Israel del procesamiento por tres casos de corrupción del primer ministro, Benjamin Netanyahu, unido al informe de una comisión de la ONU que acusa al Ejército israelí de crímenes de guerra en Gaza durante el año pasado coloca al candidato der

Las primarias de Likud sitúan a rivales de Netanyahu entre los más votados

11 Feb 2019
Israel
Fuente: 
La Vanguardia

Jerusalén, 6 feb (EFE).- El primer ministro israelí Benjamín Netanyahu encabeza automáticamente la lista electoral de su partido Likud para las elecciones del 9 de abril, que hoy quedó conformada tras las primarias celebradas este martes y que han situado a sus rivales entre los más votados.

Netanyahu urge a países europeos reconocer “realidad” de Jerusalén.

11 Dic 2017
Israel
Fuente: 
HispanTV

El primer ministro israelí, Benyamin Netanyahu, ha urgido este lunes a los países europeos reconocer a Al-Quds (Jerusalén) como la capital israelí.

Netanyahu, durante una rueda de prensa conjunta con la jefa de la Diplomacia de la Unión Europea (UE), Federica Mogherini, ha urgido a los países europeos “reconocer la realidad” y reconocer a Al-Quds como la capital del régimen de Israel, algo que, ha insistido, facilita un acuerdo de paz.

Netanyahu declared Likud leader for seventh term

15 Ene 2016
Israel
Fuente: 
The Jerusalem Post

The Likud’s election committee decided Thursday to endorse a decision by the party’s internal court to cancel the February 23 leadership race and declare Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu the uncontested winner.

The decision ended a legal dispute over whether to hold a single candidate Likud primary once it emerged that Netanyahu was running unchallenged.

Committee chairman, former Haifa District Court judge Menahem Neeman, said Netanyahu would be the party’s candidate for prime minister in the next election and no leadership contest could be held beforehand.

Netanyahu to push for absentee balloting, other electoral reforms

30 Nov 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
The Jerusalem Post

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took action on Sunday to encourage changes in the electoral system and to enable absentee balloting in Israel for the first time.

Netanyahu has supported absentee balloting for 20 years. He appointed Tourism Minister Yariv Levin to head two coalition task forces, one of which would lay the groundwork for absentee balloting and the other for other electoral reforms.

Israeli parliament approves law exempting ultra-Orthodox from army service

24 Nov 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
The Jerusalem Post

The Knesset late Monday approved the second and third readings of a bill which effectively postpones a previous law mandating ultra-Orthodox conscription into the IDF.

The new law was voted in by a count of 49 in favor and 36 opposed.

Likud MKs Sharren Haskel and Yoav Kisch did not take part in the vote.

MK Merav Ben-Ari (Kulanu) also skipped the vote, but made sure to find an opposition MK to offset her absence.

More Israelis prefer Gantz than Netanyahu as PM, poll finds

21 Nov 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
The Jerusalem Post

If former IDF chief of staff Benny Gantz ran for prime minister, more Israelis would support him than current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, according to a Chanel 2 poll broadcast Saturday.

The poll conducted by Dr. Mina Tzemach and Mano Geva pitted Netanyahu against various candidates for prime minister, and only Gantz surpassed him, with 44 percent choosing him rather than 32% for Netanyahu.

How a year of war and terror changed Arab Israelis’ views

13 Nov 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
The Times of Israel

JTA — In April 2014, nearly 60 percent of Israel’s 1.7 million Arab citizens said they felt “part of the state and its problems.” The 11 months that followed saw the nationalistically motivated murders of four teenagers — three Jewish and one Arab — a two-month war in the Gaza Strip, a wave of terror in Jerusalem and a tense election campaign.

By March 2015, the month of the election, only 28 percent of Arab-Israelis felt part of the country and its problems.

Government shelves controversial ‘Jewish state bill’

26 Oct 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
The Times of Israel

The Ministerial Committee for Legislation will not vote Sunday on a controversial bill that would enshrine Israel’s status as the Jewish state, after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took the measure off the agenda.

The bill, which has come up for debate in various forms over the last few years, will instead be discussed by a special committee comprising Knesset members from the various coalition parties, Netanyahu’s ruling Likud party said in a statement.

Opposition bill to force ministers to vote on Bar-Ilan Speech

16 Oct 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
The Jerusalem Post

Lahav Harkov.-

New legislation by MK Yoel Hasson (Zionist Union) may create an awkward situation for the Ministerial Committee for Legislation on Sunday, as it calls to implement the ideas in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s 2009 Bar-Ilan speech, calling for a two-state solution with a demilitarized Palestinian state.

Sunday’s vote on the bill to implement the principles of the Bar-Ilan speech is the first time the speech will be brought to a vote in the Knesset or cabinet. The bill is unlikely to be approved by the ministers.

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