Israel’s Unity Government Frays, Raising Specter of a New Vote

TEL AVIV—Formed in May to address Israel’s most pressing challenges, the nation’s unity government is fraying as divisions deepen between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival-turned-partner, Benny Gantz.

The two leaders have sparred over the country’s response to a second wave of coronavirus infections. Their political parties have fought over judicial reform, while Mr. Netanyahu and his associates have attacked senior justice officials overseeing his trial for corruption charges. They disagree over Mr. Netanyahu’s…

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