Netanyahu was reminded that he no longer has to sit on the chair of the Prime Minister but on the chair of the opposition.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
It is often not easy to change your old habits. It takes time to adapt to a new place and a new environment. In such a situation, it is difficult to suddenly leave the chair on which you have been sitting for 12 years and that too with just one vote. Something similar happened with former Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu when he accidentally sat on his ‘old’ chair.
In fact, something happened as Israel’s parliament voted on Sunday and Naftali Bennett became Israel’s new prime minister by securing 60 votes with the absence of a member. Benjamin Netanyahu, sitting in the opposition, got 59 votes. When Netanyahu returned to the House after voting, he habitually sat on the prime minister’s chair, on which he had been sitting for the last 12 years. After this he was reminded that he no longer has to sit on the chair of the Prime Minister but in the chair of the opposition.
Priceless: after being ousted Netanyahu is reminded by the ousted speaker that he has to leave the PM chair.pic.twitter.com/ALTsTXOa1d
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threatened to topple the government
Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is an internationally known leader. He has been active in global politics. Netanyahu also holds the title of being the longest-serving prime minister of Israel. After the formation of the new government, Netanyahu will serve as leader of the Likud party and leader of the opposition in parliament.
Although he has said that he will soon topple this government. Netanyahu accused the new government of a dangerous coalition of “fraud”. Benjamin Netanyahu himself is also facing many charges.
Kippa always wears naftali
Naftali Bennett is an Orthodox Jew and will be the first prime minister of Israel to always wear a kippa (the religious cap of the Jewish people). He lives in Tel Aviv’s Ranna. Bennett started his life in Haifa. He has also given his services to the Israeli army. Naftali Bennett has created such a personality, which is a person with a modern, religious and nationalist ideology.
After serving in the elite Sairat Matkal commando unit, Bennett went to the Hebrew University to study law. In 1999, he founded Kyota, an anti-fraud software company, which he sold to an American company in 2005 for $145 million.
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