Delaying the Dissolution of the Israeli Knesset to Tomorrow

Israeli media reported that today, Wednesday, it was decided to postpone the dissolution of the Knesset until Thursday morning, when the final bills are still pending in the House Committee.

According to the information, the bill to dissolve the parliament is still hanging in the committee of the House of Representatives due to dozens of amendments made by parties of different political spectrum.

The move was announced by the Likud party under the pretext that the coalition parties would not finalize the bill by midnight today, so it will be voted on tomorrow.

The Likud asked its fellow party members to prepare for tomorrow’s long day, and the opening date of the plenum was set for 8 am.

Thus, Yair Lapid will become prime minister on the night of Thursday to Friday.

Source: The Times of Israel.

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