At rally near Knesset, opposition MK says toppling the government is possible

Sam Sokol is the Times of Israel's political correspondent. He was previously a reporter for the Jerusalem Post, Jewish Telegraphic Agency and Haaretz. He is the author of "Putin’s Hybrid War and the Jews"

Yesh Atid MK Moshe Tur-Paz attends a rally urging a hostage deal and early elections near the Knesset in Jerusalem, June 17, 2024. (Sam Sokol/Times of Israel)
Yesh Atid MK Moshe Tur-Paz attends a rally urging a hostage deal and early elections near the Knesset in Jerusalem, June 17, 2024. (Sam Sokol/Times of Israel)

At the anti-government demonstration outside the Knesset, opposition MK Moshe Tur-Paz of Yesh Atid tells The Times of Israel that he came out to support the protesters and that “we have to go to elections and change the government.”

Asked if he believes it is possible to bring down the government, the centrist lawmaker answers in the affirmative.

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