The official timeline for Netanyahu’s resignation has been released.
He will remain prime minister until a new government is formed.
The Israeli government has been accused of failing to hold Netanyahu accountable, including the use of a private email server, and of misusing funds, which the Israeli government maintains are intended for humanitarian purposes.
Netanyahu has also been criticized for refusing to resign in the wake of the deadly Israeli airstrike in Gaza.
We are glad that he will not resign.
But he is leaving the office at the end of this month.
He should have resigned a long time ago.
It is time for a new beginning.
Q: What is the official timeline?
A: The official timetable is a set of guidelines that have been put in place by the Israeli prime minister.
“We will announce a new date for a final election, and we will make the election process transparent,” Netanyahu told his supporters at a rally on Saturday.
“The elections will be held at the same time as the election of a new prime minister and the government.
This means we will have a real election in which the prime minister can decide on his or her position.
And we will put this process in place to make sure that all citizens have the opportunity to vote.”
The Israeli government says it will launch the elections in April, but the timing and the timeframe are still unclear.
Netanyahu’s party, Likud, and its coalition partner, Zionist Union, have been calling for the elections for months.
Netanyahu, however, has resisted calls for the polls to be held earlier than expected.
In January, he called the elections “a matter of national security” and insisted that he was “ready to take over” the job, and that he would appoint a new leader.
Meanwhile, the Zionist Union has called for the upcoming elections to be postponed until after Netanyahu’s first term in office is up.