Benjamin Netanyahu could potentially win the elections: What you need to know
After 12 years, Netanyahu loses grip on power. Making him one of the longest-serving leaders in Democratic countries.
If the coalition of Yamina leader Naftali Bennett and Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid pass a vote of confidence at the Knesset (Israel's unicameral parliament) on Sunday at 4 pm (Israel Local Time), Naftali Bennett will be sworn in as Israel's 13th prime minister, ousting Benjamin Netanyahu.
More Israelis are showing discomfort and caution when it comes to the upcoming votes because Netanyahu has pulled out last-minute tricks times and times again that conserved his hold on power for 12 years. Should one member of the coalition vote negative, the new government won't be formed. Therefore, offering Netanyahu the Express ticket to the 4th term on a golden platter.