Netanyahu Aide Quits Coalition Talks, Will Serve Instead as Envoy in Talks With Palestinians

Isaac Molho stepped down after the attorney general made it clear that he could not hold both roles concurrently; move could be a signal that Netanyahu plans to renew talks with the Palestinians, as per the demands of his expected coalition partners.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s aide Isaac Molho announced Sunday morning that he would be stepping down from the Likud-Yisrael Beiteinu coalition negotiation team, opting instead to continue serving as the prime minister's special envoy for peace negotiations with the Palestinians.