Hundreds of Israelis celebrate Netanyahu's unseating
But the razor-thin vote of confidence of 60-59 for a coalition of left, centrist, right-wing and Arab parties that have little in common other than a desire to oust Netanyahu only underscores their likely fragility.
Hundreds also attended a rally outside the official Netanyahu residence in Jerusalem.
"We are so excited that we have a heart attack just before the excitement," said a supporter of the new Israeli government, Batya Aviram. "We understand the danger that [Netanyahu] will continue to control our democracy as a dictatorship."
The new government, formed after the unsuccessful March 23 elections, plans largely to avoid sweeping steps on hot international issues such as policy towards the Palestinians and to focus on internal reforms.
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