One day after being sworn in, Israel's MKs take spring break
Because of the elections, the Israeli legislature had almost stopped its activities in the nine months that have passed since it took its summer recess.
The Knesset has taken its spring recess, just one day after the new government ministers were sworn in. The MKs’ long vacation will last a month, and they are expected to return after Independence Day. Only then will the legislative and Knesset committee work get underway.