JERUSALEM — Israel’s hawkish veteran Benjamin Netanyahu was sworn in as prime minister Thursday after a stint in opposition, heading what analysts name essentially the most right-wing authorities within the nation’s historical past.
Netanyahu, 73, who’s combating corruption fees in courtroom, had already served as premier longer than anybody in Israeli historical past, main the nation from 1996-1999 and 2009-2021.
Parliament voted to approve his authorities and elected former minister Amir Ohana because the Knesset’s first brazenly homosexual speaker.
In his first cupboard assembly Thursday night, Netanyahu mentioned his key missions had been “to thwart Iran’s efforts to develop a nuclear weapons arsenal” a…
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