The Knesset summer session began this past Monday, with many hoping that it be the last one of this present government. The evil government, in so many areas, deserves to terminate its tenure but the major problem is that at the present, there is no alternative in sight. It doesn't have a majority in the Knesset, but the same holds for the Opposition.
Those who pin their hopes on Mansour Abbaas who will force this government to fall live in delusion. If he wants the Ra'am party to continue, he must prove to the voters that he made no mistake when he supported the Benet-Lapid government, and he can only do this if he continues to support it and receive at least part of his demands. Even those who build up their hopes that a united list will topple the government, is deluded because even there, they understand that the downfall of the Leftist government can bring Smotrich and Ben Gvir, if not Netanyahu included, back into power. In short, what was, is what will be.
If we rely on a public opinion poll, the political impasse remains as is. So long as Netanyahu is still on the horizon, even if the Rightist camp were to garner a majority of public opinion, it would still lack a majority in the Knesset. If Netanyahu leaves, the Likud will splinter from 35 seats - which the survey promises, and fall to twenty-something seats, where it is doubtful where and how the other votes will be divided among the other parties.
Thus, even if there is talk about shunting Netanyahu aside for someone else, it will not necessarily cause a political revolution which will not enable the forming of a stable government. The Knesset will turn into a boxing match between the different camps but will not bring about the fall of the government.
The members of the Coalition also know that in the event of the dissolution of the Knesset, many of its members will not return for the next round and few are prepared to give up the pleasures of membership of this 'parliament' in exchange for a dubious future and an uncertain source of income.