As the new “Coalition for the Coalition” was sworn in on Sunday, ministers and other key positions were already in place.
Israel’s 36th government with 28 ministers will be the third largest ever, let alone the record 36 ministers of the current government.
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Here’s a look at the new government, which is made up of eight parties across Israel’s political spectrum and led by party leader Yamina Naftali Bennett for the first two years – who will replace Benjamin Netanyahu after twelve years in office. Minister.
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett (Yamina) will serve as prime minister for an initial period of two years under a rotation agreement with Yair Lapid, who is expected to take office on August 27, 2023.
Minister of Works and Housing Zeev Elkin (Tikva Hadasha) – will also be Minister of Jerusalem Affairs and responsible for the relationship between the Knesset and the government.
Agriculture Minister Oded Forer (Ysrael Beytenu) will also be ministers to the Negev and Galilee.
The Ram party should also have a deputy minister in the Prime Minister’s Office.
The top security firms would be Bennett, Lapid, Gantz, Saar, Lieberman, Michaeli, Sheked, Elkin, Barlev, Horowitz, Kahana and Shasha-Bitton.
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