File Photo: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gives a televised statement after a meeting of his ruling Likud party in Ramat Gan on February 21, 2019. AFP
One motion failed by a vote of 59-53, a second by a vote of 60-51, the Knesset speaker said.
Mass protests have erupted in Israel in recent months over controversial judicial reforms pushed by Netanyahu's government.
Israel's largest trade union group launched a strike across a broad swath of sectors Monday, joining a surging protest movement against Netanyahu's plan to overhaul the judiciary — a plan that is facing unprecedented opposition.