Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Israel’s Attorney-General Avichai Mandelbilt has some tough decisions to make in the near future. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing a possible indictment on bribery charges, but the final decision on whether or not to indict is up to Mandelblit. Mandelblit is currently examining police recommendations for Netanyahu’s indictment for bribery and corruption in at… Read more »

At a press conference on Monday held during his visit to attend the inauguration of Brazil’s new President, Prime Minister Netanyahu told the media that the White House would release the details of the long-awaited Israel-Palestinian peace plan when it had the greatest chance of success, “and in their estimation elections are the time when it will have the least chance of succeeding.”

“In the name of budgetary and national responsibility, party leaders in the coalition agreed unanimously to dissolve the Knesset and go to new elections at the beginning of April, following a full four-year term,” said a government spokesperson on behalf of the parties.