Israeli opposition said to be closing in on deal to oust Netanyahu

Reported agreement could install far-right former settler leader Naftali Bennett as prime minister

Rival politicians in Israel united only in their opposition to Benjamin Netanyahu could be closing in on a deal to oust the country’s longest-serving leader as soon as this week.

The opposition leader Yair Lapid, a former TV news anchor popular with the country’s secular middle class, has until a Wednesday deadline to build a coalition government after Netanyahu failed to do so.

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