Despite the failure of his attempts to form a stable government coalition or even a government of national unity. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's caretaker government is procrastinating in its failure to form a coalition government for fear of the coup of allied right-wing parties and taking positions by choosing someone else to form the government. Especially after failing to convince Yisrael Beiteinu chairman Avigdor Lieberman to enter into an alliance with him.
With all parties sticking to their positions, the choice of the third elections is coming soon. Even if Netanyahu manages to form a government, it will not be stable, and the future of its continuation will be in the wind, in the event of any disturbance in the ministerial coalition.
What Netanyahu suffers as head of the coalition government, or a candidate to form a new government, accused of corruption and bribery, is a reflection of Israel's misguided political system towards extremism and racism.