For more than a year, Israel has been stuck in a cabinet impasse, with three parliamentary elections. On May 7, President rifling formally authorized Netanyahu to form a new government.
Netanyahu announced on the evening of May 13 that he had successfully formed a new government. According to the agreement he signed with Ganz on April 20, Netanyahu will be the first prime minister in the coalition government for 18 months, and Ganz will be the Deputy Prime Minister and defense minister; after the end of Netanyahus term, Ganz will take over the prime minister, and Netanyahu will be the Deputy Prime Minister.
According to Israeli media reports, the new government has 34 ministers at the beginning and will expand to 36 ministers after the outbreak, making it the largest government in Israels history.