Likud Lawmaker Threatens Israel's Attorney General Over Army Chief Appointment

Yoav Kisch says that if Attorney General Gali Baharav-Miara allows a caretaker government to appoint the IDF chief of staff, 'she’ll be replaced as soon as we return to power,' but those close to her say she is now more likely to approve the appointment

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Likud lawmaker Yoav Kisch threatened the attorney general on Sunday, saying that if she allows the current government to appoint the next IDF chief of staff, she will be replaced immediately after the next election if his party rejoins the government.

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