Why is Israel facing a third election in a year?

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Description  Israelis gather with signs and national flags during a demonstration in support of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem on December 11 Credits  AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP via Getty Images A divided country and a warring parliament seems incapable of deciding who should lead - and Netanyahu still struggles on Reaction William Gritten Thursday, December 12, 2019 - 5:40am The deadline for Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, to choose a prime minister expired at midnight last night. Without a decision having been made, the country will vote for a record third time in less than a year. After two fruitless hung-parliament elections in April and September, and protracted unsuccessful negotiations between minority parties aimed at forming a government after each, in an unprecedented move the responsibility to pick a leader - any leader - was then handed to Knesset. See related  Today’s back pages: Man City boss Guardiola hails Jesus for his ‘goaly trinity’ Carlo Ancelotti is li
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