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Israeli parliament authorizes 2022 budget plan By Reuters

© Reuters. SUBMIT PICTURE: Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett sits beside Foreign Minister Yair Lapid at a weekly cabinet conference at the Prime Minister’s workplace in Jerusalem November 3, 2021. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun

JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israel’s parliament authorized a 2022 nationwide budget plan on Friday by a vote of 59 to 56, providing a higher step of financial stability to Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s cross-partisan union federal government.

The $146 billion costs plan was validated after the Knesset handed down Thursday a belated 2021 budget plan ahead of a due date which, if unmet, might have set off a breeze election. [L1N2RV1MO]

“We’ve put Israel back on track,” Bennett stated on Twitter (NYSE:).

A political stalemate under his predecessor, Benjamin Netanyahu, had actually indicated that no budget plan had actually been authorized in more than 3 and 1/2 years. Instead, Israel had a pro-rated variation of the 2019 budget plan, an obstacle to long-lasting financial preparation.

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