The leaders of two of Israel’s main opposition parties, Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid, say they will unite to form a coalition government in a bid to unseat Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister. According to reports under the proposed terms of the coalition, Bennett, a far-right, would replace Netanyahu as prime minister for the first two years, and later give way to Lapid, a centrist, for the final two years. Netanyahu, who is currently on trial on corruption charges, has warned though that Bennett’s approach would be a danger for the security of Israel.