Netanyahou rempile en tant que Premier ministre

Le patron du Likoud sera nommé Premier ministre ce mercredi. Il a nuancé ses propos radicaux sur l’Etat palestinien. Un pas obligatoire. Pour la sociologue Esther Benbassa, la société israélienne se replie sur un judaïsme strict, radical, sur fond de pauvreté grandissante. Analyse et entretien.

Vincent Braun
TOPSHOTS Copies of ballots papers and campaign posters for Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party lie on the ground in the aftermath of the country's parliamentary elections, early on March 18, 2015 in Tel Aviv. Netanyahu beat the odds to win a resounding election victory that will likely deepen tensions with the Palestinians and the West. AFP PHOTO / JACK GUEZ
TOPSHOTS Copies of ballots papers and campaign posters for Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party lie on the ground in the aftermath of the country's parliamentary elections, early on March 18, 2015 in Tel Aviv. Netanyahu beat the odds to win a resounding election victory that will likely deepen tensions with the Palestinians and the West. AFP PHOTO / JACK GUEZ ©AFP