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it was an election he was expected to win but in a dramatic twist prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu strongest challengers in April's general election I have joined forces former military chief Benny Gantz and ex finance minister yell at Pete a teaming up to form a centrist and left wing parliamentary bloc , in Israel it's all about the coalition no party has ever clinched an outright majority so it falls down to the deal struck behind the scenes anticipating the news Netanyahu orchestrated a merger far right parties that could help him build a governing coalition off to the pilots but it's likely to now be a much tighter race raising the chance of an upset Lupita playing on Netanyahu's ongoing corruption cases a charge he denies yes ball with you not in the head we have a country to run here we have real problems and we cannot allow ourselves to have a prime minister who spends more time with his lawyers and an investigation rooms dining cabinets economic discussions detainee general is expected to decide soon whether to accept police recommendations to indicts Netanyahu guns and Lupita have agreed on a rotation for the prime minister's post if they get that way in the polls , and your who's been in power for the past decade and his party had been predicted to win easily he'll now have to fight a little harder to retain the top spot