Is this how a unity government makes a decision of such strategic proportions?
Netanyahu went through three elections to get 18 months in power to implement the annexation plan, and he is not going to squander it.
In the run up to the election, Netanyahu met with the leaders of the Ethiopian community in Israel and promised that he would bring the remainder of the Flash Mura community still in the cities of Addis Ababa and Gondar to Israel.
In February, a new comptroller committee, viewed by observers as more friendly to Netanyahu than the previous panel, held hearings on the issue.
“We have very important topics to discuss, even ones that can’t wait until after corona,” Netanyahu said.
The PA dispatched a letter on Monday addressed to the Quartet on the Middle East, stating that it's prepared to renew negotiations with Israel and agree to "minor territorial exchanges."
For three years the words “Palestinian state,” barely passed the lips of US officials, who used creative linguists gymnastics just to avoid those two words.
The profound lack of seriousness with which the leaders appear to take the variety of crises does not bode well.
Only 27% of respondents said they believed Netanyahu would stand his ground, even at the cost of his relationship with Trump, while 53% said he would fold.
Nobody knows what will happen in July, because two days before the possible date, nobody knows what a July annexation will look like.