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US News Israel: Netanyahu loses a vote on a key parliamentary commission

00:40  20 april  2021
00:40  20 april  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

Chad: The Cennel announces provisions against the problem of voters without cards

 Chad: The Cennel announces provisions against the problem of voters without cards © AFP / ISSOUF SANOGO The Cennel announced that registrants on the electoral file will be able to present their registration receipt or their voter cards of 2015 , if they could not retrieve their voter card. (Illustration image) To vote for the presidential Sunday, Chadians registered on the electoral lists will have to present themselves with their voter cards. Problem: Some will not have it for the vote for lack of being able to remove it into the distribution offices.

Israel-political: Israel: Netanyahu loses a vote on a key parliamentary commission

ISRAËL: NETANYAHU PERD UN VOTE SUR UNE COMMISSION PARLEMENTAIRE CLÉ © Reuters / Pool Israel: Netanyahu loses a vote on a key parliamentary commission

Jerusalem (Reuters ) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lost an important vote on Monday on who can be part of a powerful commission of Parliament, which constitutes a setback for him when he tries to form a new government. following unclutory elections.

Benjamin Netanyahu has about two additional weeks to try to bring together a government coalition. The defeat in the vote indicates that Benjamin Netanyahu still has a way to go to get a majority in the Knesset, which has 120 seats.


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The vote aimed at deciding who will join the commission of arrangements, which, in the absence of a new government, controls the legislative agenda .

(Ari Rabinovitch, French version Camille Raynaud)

Lead 1- "France loses a courageous friend," said the Elysée after the death of Idriss Deby .
Chad-Deby / France (Lead 1): Lead 1- "France loses a brave friend," says L 'Elysee after the death of Idriss Déby (updated with new quotes) Paris, April 20 (Reuters) - "France loses a courageous friend," said Tuesday L'Elysee after the death of Chadian President Idriss Déby, in Recalling its "firm attachment to the stability and territorial integrity of Chad", alloy of Paris weight in the fight against jihadist groups in the Sahel.

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