Expert: Possibility of Netanyahu rivals forming unity government becomes higher as obstacles remain
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's party has challenged the legality of a bid by a rival right-wing leader to head a new Israeli government. But the last-gasp attempt at extending his leadership was rejected by President Reuven Rivlin. Centrist opposition chief Yair Lapid secured support on Sunday from ultra-nationalist Naftali Bennett for a so-called "change" government. Wang Jin shares his view on the possibility and challenge of forming a unity government.