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July 18, 2000
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The Israeli Knesset was set to vote on two no-confidence motions against the government submitted by opposition parties. However, the political bite was taken out of the debate after the two largest opposition factions, the Likud and Shas parties, said they would not vote because of a Knesset rule barring no-confidence votes when the prime minister is abroad on state business.

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