Bennett's New Government: 27 Ministers, Nine of Them Women

This Bennett-led coalition will end Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12 years in power as Israel’s longest-serving prime minister

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Israel's new government, set to sworn in on Sunday with Yamina head Naftali Bennett at the helm, unseating Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's longest-serving prime minister.

According to the rotation agreement signed by Bennett and Yesh Atid head Yair, Bennett will serve as prime minister for two years with Lapid as foreign minister. Later, Lapid will assume the premiership for the following two years with Bennett as interior minister.

The new governing coalition will include 27 ministers, nine of them women. This is the full list.

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