April 6 According to the Israeli media Jerusalem Post, on the morning of the 6th local time, Israeli President Rivlin officially authorized current Prime Minister Netanyahu to form a new government, and Netanyahu needed to form a new coalition government within 28 days.
Israel held parliamentary elections on March 23. Netanyahu camp, composed of Likud and three religious parties, won 52 seats, and the anti-Netanyahu camp composed of the “With the Future” party and the Blue and White Party, won 57 seats.
Neither camp reached the 61 seats required to form a cabinet. The final results of the parliamentary election were submitted to Rivlin on March 31, who decided on the right to form a cabinet after the end of the seven-day consultation period.