Two years and four elections later, Israel is still no closer to having a government.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu missed a Tuesday midnight deadline to form a coalition.
His opponents now have a chance to end the run of Israel’s longest-serving leader.
Much of the impasse is due to Netanyahu’s legal troubles, as allies say they will not work with a prime minister who is on trial for corruption.
So, what happens if the deadlock drags on?
Presenter: Imran Khan
Gil Hoffman – Chief political correspondent, Jerusalem Post
Yossi Mekelberg – Senior consulting research fellow at Chatham House
Gideon Levy – Columnist at Haaretz