Reportedly, Bennett sent a letter on Friday to the current opposition leader, giving him a maximum of 14 days to leave the official residence, where Netanyahu has lived for the past 12 years.
The new prime minister does not intend to move his family to the official residence, and to keep his address in Tel Aviv so that the children do not have to change schools, but he does intend to use the official residence in Jerusalem for accommodation when work comes. Require, and for official occasions and reception of foreign dignitaries.
In the face of this situation, Vladimir Bilik, deputy of Yesh Atid, one of the parties in the new ruling coalition that allowed Netanyahu’s dismissal, announced that he would submit a legislative proposal to ensure that outgoing prime ministers leave the official residence within the limits of the maximum. A period of 14 days after the inauguration of the new CEOs.
Bennett, a religious extremist who leads the Yamina party, will serve as prime minister for the first two years of the legislature, until August 2023, when he transfers the portfolio to government partner, centrist and secular leader Yair Lapid, Yesh Atid leader and architect of the so-called Change Government.
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