Noticias

Shas joins government, Deri to be appointed economy minister

05 Mayo 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Ynet News

The ultra-Orthodox Shas party signed a coalition agreement with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party on Monday evening, effectively joining the government.

The Sephardic haredi party is the third party to join the fourth Netanyahu government, after Ashkenazi haredi party United Torah Judaism and Moshe Kahlon's Kulanu party joined the coalition on Wednesday. Netanyahu only has Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett left to recruit, after Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Lieberman announced earlier Monday he would not join the new government.

Netanyahu sufre para formar nuevo Gobierno a punto de expirar el plazo

03 Mayo 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
El País

Cuando los negocios salen razonablemente bien en Israel, todos coinciden en destacar que se trata de una nación avanzada e innovadora. Pero cuando se producen fallos o retrasos, de inmediato se alega que el país no está en Europa o Estados Unidos, sino en Oriente Próximo. En este entorno de bazar oriental, el primer ministro, Benjamín Netanyahu, afronta un descarnado regateo de última hora para formar Gobierno con otros cinco partidos.

Bennett gives up on Foreign Ministry for Education portfolio

26 Abr 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Jerusalem Post

Bayit Yehudi chairman Naftali Bennett asked to be Education Minister Saturday night, giving up his previous demand of the Foreign Ministry in order to ensure his party will have two more ministers.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Bennett he would give him an answer in the coming days.

Bennett’s move could pave the way for Netanyahu to bring Yisrael Beytenu into the coalition by offering Avigdor Liberman a third term in the Foreign Ministry.

Rivlin concede a Netanyahu dos semanas adicionales para formar gobierno

20 Abr 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
El Mundo

El jefe del Estado de Israel, Reuven Rivlin, ha concedido este lunes al primer ministro Benjamin Netanyahu una prórroga de dos semanas para completar la formación de su próximo ejecutivo, según informaron fuentes de la Presidencia.

En una reunión en privado que ambos dirigentes celebraron esta mañana, Netanyahu puso al tanto al presidente de la situación en lasnegociaciones con otros cinco partidos, y le pidió la prórroga de dos semanas que contempla la legislación para poder cerrar los últimos flecos.

For first time in weeks, Netanyahu, Bennett meet for coalition talks

18 Abr 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Jerusalem Post
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett met on Friday in the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem for the first time in three-and-a-half weeks as part of efforts to put together a government. The meeting took an hour-and-a-half and the two politicians agreed to continue the dialogue, a Bayit Yehudi spokesperson said.

Herzog denies reports of secret meeting with Netanyahu over coalition

15 Abr 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Jerusalem Post
Opposition leader Isaac Herzog continued to deny reports that he and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a secret meeting last week in which they discussed the possibility of forming a national unity government.

"It didn't happen and did not take place. Nothing about it was suggested and there was no discussion," Herzog said on Wednesday to Channel 2.

As April 22nd deadline to form coalition approaches, Netanyahu still with no deal

08 Abr 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Jerusalem Post
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Shas leader Arye Deri Tuesday night and marathon coalition talks will take place next week, in an effort to complete the process of forming a new government by the initial April 22 deadline.

The four-week mandate Netanyahu received from President Reuven Rivlin to form a government passed its halfway point Wednesday night. His associates said he is close to a deal with Shas and United Torah Judaism.

Kahlon to join coalition talks after boycotting first meeting

29 Mar 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Ynet News

Kulanu and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party will meet Sunday evening to start discussing the basic guidelines of the new government.

The first meeting between the two teams was meant to take place Thursday morning, with Kulanu being scheduled to be the first party in the negotiating room, but following reports that Netanyahu plans to give the Knesset's Finance Committee to United Torah Judaism and leave the Administration of Planning part of the Interior Ministry (which is being eyed by Shas), Kahlon released a statement hinting he was opposing such moves.

Likud, Habayit Hayehudi facing off in coalition talks

29 Mar 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Haaretz

Likud officials have estimated in recent days that among the three portfolios Bennett is likely to demand – defense, education, and religious affairs – his party will only receive one, in addition to two other portfolios that have yet to be determined.

Earlier this week, Habayit Hayehudi MK Ayelet Shaked suggested a law to be implemented by the next government. The bill would force any organization seeking tax exempt donations from foreign sources to receive approval from the Defense Minister, the Foreign Minister and the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee.

Netanyahu gets go-ahead to form Israel's next government

25 Mar 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Reuters

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, grappling with fierce White House disapproval, won consent from Israel's president on Wednesday to try to form a new coalition government.

The surprise victor of a March 17 election, Netanyahu looks well set to assemble a heavily right-leaning cabinet that will control 67 of parliament's 120 seats - a large majority in a country where no one party has ever been able to rule by itself.

Kulanu backs Netanyahu to form coalition, giving PM absolute majority in his favor

23 Mar 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
Jerusalem Post

Kulanu representatives on Monday met with President Reuven Rivlin, recommending that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be tasked with forming the next coalition. The nomination gave Netanyahu an absolute majority of 61 votes in his favor.

Kulanu leader Moshe Kahlon told President Rivlin that his party was neither Left nor Right, but socially-oriented with a central focus on the human being.

"We nominate Netanyahu and the broader the base of the coalition the better it will be for all of us," Kahlon said.

Arrancan los contactos para la formación del nuevo Gobierno de Benjamin Netanyahu

22 Mar 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
El Mundo

Tras la victoria del Likud, el presidente, Reuven Rivlin, que recibe a los partidos para escuchar a quien recomiendan como primer ministro, pide la unión de la sociedad israeli.

 

Bajo la alargada sombra del enfrentamiento sin precedentes entre el liderazgo de Estados Unidos e Israel y tras una tensa campaña electoral, el nuevo Gobierno de Benjamin Netanyahu ha iniciado hoy oficialmente el proceso de su formación.

Netanyahu gana por sorpresa las elecciones en Israel

18 Mar 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
El País

Israel se ha despertado esta mañana con la sorpresa de la victoria electoral del primer ministro Benjamin Netanyahu. Con prácticamente todos los votos escrutados, el conservador Likud obtiene 29 escaños frente a los 24 de la coalición de centroizquierda Unión Sionista, encabezada por el laborista Isaac Herzog, en un Parlamento de 120 miembros.

Netanyahu espera formar su nuevo gobierno en dos o tres semanas

18 Mar 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
El Mundo

Tras una de sus noches más gloriosas desde su aterrizaje como meteoro en la política israelí a mediados de los 90, el líder del Likud, Benjamin Netanyahu se ha puesto manos a la obra para formar su tercer Gobierno de forma consecutiva. Aunque formalmente aún debe esperar la llamada del presidente de Israel, Reuven Rivlin, Bibi ya está cosiendo una coalición que pretende completar en dos o tres semanas.

Netanyahu promete que no habrá Estado palestino si es reelegido

16 Mar 2015
Israel
Fuente: 
El País

El primer ministro israelí, Benjamín Netanyahu, ya sólo parece querer jugar la carta del voto nacionalista. Hasta el último momento ha intentado atraer a los electores más conservadores con un mensaje de rechazo a la solución de los “dos Estados” para el conflicto palestino si logra ser reelegido. Antes de que se cerrara este lunes la campaña de las legislativas lanzó un órdago final que cuestiona la reanudación del estancado proceso de paz en Oriente Próximo.

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