High Court to hear if Bibi can be forced to resign as alternate PM
The High Court of Justice will hear arguments on Tuesday about whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu can be forced to resign due to his pending corruption trial once he becomes Alternate Prime Minister in November 2021 as part of his rotation deal with Blue and White's Benny Gantz. This is just one of the many petitions that have been filed by...
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