>> A tiff between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his finance minister, sparking talk Sunday of an early election. Netanyahu abandoned an agreement on broadcast regulation with Moshe Kahlon this weekend, citing concerns about job losses. The finance minister is a key coalition partner. They had a plan to replace the existing public broadcasting authority with a new one.
Employees of the current body protesting across Israel in recent weeks calling on Kahlon to cancel it closure and save their jobs. Israeli media quoting Netanyahu was telling ministers from his Likud party, that he could dissolve the government if Kahlon doesn't fall into line. A national election could delay any peace moves by US president Donald Trump.
And also put off Netanyahu's possible indictment over suspected corruption. Which could otherwise happen with in weeks. Netanyahu is a suspect in two cases. One involved receiving gifts from business men, the other conversations with conversations with an Israeli newspaper publisher about cracking down on competing media, in exchange for positive coverage.
He denies any wrong doing.