(Worthy News) – With non-final results of the election signaling ongoing political deadlock and the prospect of yet another election, opposition figures are increasingly considering the possibility of passing a law to prevent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from running again.
This would be achieved through legislation that prevents a person suspected of criminal wrongdoing from serving as prime minister. Such a scenario could only unfold if the anti-Netanyahu bloc of parties wins 61 seats in parliament — an outcome that has yet to be determined — and if all support the bill.
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