Saturday , June 19 2021

Netanyahu: "I am going to retire tomorrow, but there is no one to take my seat"



Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he would resign with former justice officials, Channel 10 said on Sunday evening that if he had been his heir, he would be ready to give up tomorrow.

Accordingly Channel 10 In the report, Netanyahu and the former official of the Department of Justice discussed the prime minister and the longest time a prime minister should serve.

According to Netanyahu, "I'm ready to give up my post as Prime Minister tomorrow, and nobody has the keys to leaving.

For more than 12 years in his office, Netanyahu could be the longest serving Prime Minister in the history of Israel when he was in office until July 2019. Elections will not be held until November 2019.

The former judge confirmed the report but said that at the beginning of this year, Netanyahu was charged with corruption in connection with the case of 1000 and Case 2000.

The words of the Likud party, which referred to Netanyahu, denied the statement that "the Prime Minister did not speak".

"We advise not to take action based on each one of them [the report]. «

On Saturday, Netanyahu sent Israel to France to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War on Armed Forces in Warsaw to attend the Paris Peace Forum.


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