Israel’s political merry-go-round: Nation on track for fifth election in three years

Israel is now on track for its fifth election in three years after PM Naftali Bennett called for parliament to be dissolved. In line with his coalition deal, Foreign Minister Yair Lapid will be caretaking premier pending new elections, which will be held no more than five months from the day the bill is written into law. So what next? Could it be Benjamin Netanyahu’s big chance at a comeback?  And what does the Israeli public make of this never-ending electoral merry-go-round?