The Israeli coalition government, which was launched a year ago, will vote to dissolve the parliament next week as the parliament is in a stalemate.

If the dissolution is decided, it is expected that a general election will be held by the end of the year, and it is expected that politics will be in turmoil again.

Israeli Prime Minister Bennett announced on the 20th that he had an urgent press conference with Foreign Minister Rapid, who also leads the coalition government, and agreed to vote to dissolve the parliament next week.

"It wasn't easy, but it's the right decision to protect Israel," said Prime Minister Bennett, who was expected to dissolve in just one year after the inauguration of the administration.

In Israel, where political turmoil continued, a coalition government consisting of eight political parties, including the middle-ranking and right-wing parties, was launched last June, and the government led by former Prime Minister Netanyahu for more than 10 years was replaced.

In the coalition government, the issue was how to align the parties with different claims due to the Palestinian issue, etc. I was in a mess.

If the parliament is dissolved, the fifth general election in just over three years is expected to be held by the end of the year.

However, even in recent polls, the right-wing and far-right forces centered on former Prime Minister Netanyahu and the other forces are competing against each other, and it is expected that politics will fall into turmoil again.