Posted March 03, 2019 06:15:51The tik-tik movement is having a moment.
Last month, the leader of the country’s tik, Binyamin Netanyahu, said that his party would hold a national tik on March 11, the International Day of Tik tak.
And then, on March 10, he announced that the party had won the election for prime minister.
But that was just the beginning.
In the last week, he has promised that, within his first year in office, he would bring in a plan for an emergency tik.
This week, Mr Netanyahu is expected to make his case.
But is his campaign real?
What does he need to do?
How can his party win in a general election?
And how does the rest of the world react?
Tiktongs leader Binyamim Netanyahu, pictured here at the inauguration of the Tik Tik Movement’s parliament, has pledged to hold a tik to tackle climate change.ABC News’ David Beattie and Nick Leeson are reporting from Washington DC.