Israel’s ‘Likud’ party will hold a new leadership on December 26, Netanyahu will quit politics: Liberman

Gideon Sa'ar, the new head of Israel's 'Likud' party

Gideon Sa’ar, the new head of Israel’s ‘Likud’ party

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Israel’s ruling party, “Likud,” will elect a new chief on December 26, 2019. Israeli media says Netanyahu’s party presidency ends December 26 after which the new president of the party will be elected. According to the Hebrew media, the date of December 26 has been set at a recent Likud meeting to elect a party leadership. According to the Hebrew website ‘Walla’, Netanyahu is once again a candidate for the party leadership while Gideon Sa’ar is contested. According to the report, more leaders may also join the party leadership race. Be aware that Israel’s ruling party, Likud, is electing its new head at a time when Israel is undergoing a worst political crisis. In less than a year, Israel has announced the third parliamentary election in less than a year. This is the third consecutive year that Netanyahu and his party have failed miserably in forming a government.

Avigdor Lieberman, head of Israel Beiteinu

Avigdor Lieberman, head of Israel Beiteinu

Israel’s Beiteinu chief Avigdor Lieberman, on the other hand, has said that if his rival Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu quit politics, he would forgive him. The news published by the Hebrew newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth states that Lieberman says he does not want to see a prime minister or any other person in prison. L’Avigdor Lieberman added that some members of the Likud party are desperate for Netanyahu to demand parliamentary protection at the expense of the Israeli state’s interests. Avigdor Lieberman says Netanyahu has become a burden to the nation. We respectfully give them the opportunity to retire and retire from politics. If he announces his retirement from politics in the Knesset, everyone will forgive him and accept his proposal. Israeli adviser Law Avichai Mandelblit announced the end of last month a number of allegations of corruption, bribery, betrayal of trust and fraud against Netanyahu.


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