"The truth is that we are facing a very complex situation, where it is not clear whether one or the other will form a coalition government or there will be elections within a few months."
"Netanyahu is under suspicion of corruption and does everything possible to achieve immunity. The results represent a failure for Netanyahu, the second in a few months, and it seems almost impossible for him to form another government. For Gantz the results are already an achievement, although it is not clear whether he can form a government, "said Raanan Rein, historian and vice president of Tel Aviv University.
Rein, who runs the S. Daniel Abraham Center for International and Regional Studies, predicted a possible rebellion within the ranks of the Likud. "It is a failure for Netanyahu, no matter what happens tomorrow. There could be a putsch in the Likud to displace it and thus be able to choose a new leader. Until now, out of fear and being in the shadow of a charismatic leader, nobody had the I dared to face it. But after a second failure in five months, maybe yes, "said the academic, who also stressed that the far-right party Otzma Yehudit, an ally of Netanyahu, did not get the minimum votes to enter the Knesset ( Parliament).
On the other hand, the author of the book The Jewish Peronist boys. Jewish Argentines and support for Justicialism, among others, explained the tenure of Netanyahu, who has ruled the country since 2009, a record that surpasses even one of Israel's founding fathers: David Ben Gurion.
"There is no strong opposition, partly because of the good economic situation of recent years. This country did not suffer the 2008 crisis like others."
"If one looks at low inflation and unemployment and 13 percent growth in the last ten years, he understands why there is no opposition. However, society is more polarized than ever. There is tension between Jewish and Israeli Arabs, between religious and secular Jews, between center and periphery, "Rein said.
Open stage after the attack on Aramco
The price of oil fell after Saudi Arabia publicly secured the global supply of crude oil. Last Saturday's attacks on two facilities of Saudi state oil giant Aramco first caused a price hike. The situation that caused the double sabotage is far from resolved.
"After 72 hours we see that the US has its strategic reserves to be used. The Saudis too. There will be no shortage, but if the situation worsens in the Middle East, the conflict could be uncontrollable."
"On the one hand there is the Yemeni conflict, serious for more than five years, with a civil war. The Houthis would have been responsible for these attacks, but the information is confusing. There is a tremendous military campaign in the region developed by Saudi Arabia to support the current president.Then there is Russia in the region, which has been a stabilization factor in Syria.In this scenario, the US, with its greatest self-sufficiency, is trying to diversify its oil supply.The game is very complex, because The US is among this most protective vision of its interests, although it is concerned about the Russian advance. It is a theater of operations open to future consequences, "said Gustavo Lahoud, researcher at the Area of Energy Resources and Development Planning at the University of Salvador.
"The ultimate source of conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran is not yet elucidated," continued the expert, who argued the participation of global actors in the Middle East, as a reason for a constant scenario of tension in the Middle East.
"China has a crude oil supply scheme closely linked to the countries of the Middle East. China is one of the major recipients of Saudi crude. With its long-term Silk Road project, it also seeks to diversify its supply," he claimed.
The program also informed about the return of the Venezuelan government bench to the National Assembly as part of a broader agreement between the government of Nicolás Maduro and an opposition sector; the rejection of a complaint against the former president of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, and his brother for an alleged payment of bribes; the repetition of elections in Spain on November 10, given the failed attempt of Pedro Sánchez to form a government; and double dealing with fatalities in Afghanistan a few weeks after the presidential elections of September 28.
The 'Voces del Mundo' team is made up of Telma Luzzani, Néstor Restivo, Mercedes López San Miguel, Franco Luzzani and Patricio Porta.