The Black Flags movement calls for an end to coalition negotiations between the Likud and Kahol Laban parties. Rallies in Israel during the coronavirus epidemic can be held if their participants are separated by two meters or more.
About 5 thousand people took part in an anti-government rally on Rabin Square in Tel Aviv, while the demonstrators maintained a social distance, The Times of Israel reports.
According to the recommendations of the Israeli Ministry of Health, participants in public events during the epidemic of the coronavirus should be separated by at least two meters. The rally was organized by the Black Flags movement.
The participants demanded an end to the coalition negotiations conducted by the Prime Minister, the Likud party leader Benjamin Netanyahu and the head of the Knesset, the leader of the Kahol Lavan party, Beni Ganz. Protesters called these politicians the destroyers of Israeli democracy.
If the Knesset fails to appoint a prime minister in three weeks, the parliament will be dissolved again.
Previous polls were held in april and September 2019 as well as in march 2020th. Following the election results, not a single party was able to create a coalition of 61 deputies, which would form a government.