New Israeli government wins majority vote, ending Netanyahu tenure

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JERUSALEM, June 13 (Reuters) - Israel's parliament voted 60-59 in favour of a new government on Sunday, ending Benjamin Netanyahu's 12-year consecutive tenure as premier. Ultra-nationalist Naftali Bennett will head the new cabinet, comprising parties from left to right, for a little over two years before his centrist ally, Yair Lapid, takes over.

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Reporting by Maayan Lubell

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