Kadima opposes Netanyahu's oath
The Israeli governing party Kadima wants to cancel the vote at the inauguration ceremony of Benjamin Netanyahu's government, Al Jazeera reported.
On Tuesday, Netanyahu, who is responsible for forming the new Cabinet of Ministers, must take an oath in parliament and represent the new government.
Head of the Kadima party Tzipi Livni won the elections in February, but President Shimon Peres instructed Netanyahu to form the new Cabinet of Ministers.
Within two weeks, Netanyahu's coalition was able to collect and assemble the majority to form a cabinet.