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Bennett Tells Netanyahu to Vacate Residence Within Two Weeks
By Staff, Agencies
Zionist Prime Minister Naftali Bennett sent a message to his predecessor Benjamin Netanyahu instructing him to leave the Prime Minister's Residence in occupied al-Quds in the next two weeks.
According to ‘Israeli’ broadcaster N12 on Friday night, Bennet's coalition government also plans on introducing a bill that will set a 14-day timetable for outgoing prime ministers to leave the Zionist entity’s official residence once a new government is sworn in.
The proposed amendment, submitted by Yesh Atid MK Vladimir Beliak, will reportedly not affect Netanyahu and is intended to outline the practice for future governments.
Earlier this week, Zionist media reports suggested that the Netanyahu family, who have lived at the official residence for more than 12 years, would take several more weeks to vacate the property, eventually moving to their place in the city of Caesarea.
From there, Netanyahu will likely move to his privately owned apartment in occupied al-Quds, located on Azza Street.
Bennett has publicly stated that he intends to remain at his residence in Ra’anana and forgo moving his family into the Prime Minister's Residence on Balfour St., but will likely use the property for overnight stays in occupied al-Quds.
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