Bennett-Lapid Government Set to Assume Power. But When Is Netanyahu Moving Out?

Israel has no official rules for the transfer of power — or the handover of information — between governments. But that doesn't mean that Netanyahu can barricade himself in the Prime Minister's Office

Michael Hauser Tov
Michael Hauser Tov
Michael Hauser Tov
Michael Hauser Tov

Despite concerns – some expressed in jest, some very serious – that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will try to cling to authority after his ouster, the fact remains that an outgoing prime minister cannot remain in power after a new government has been sworn in.

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