The Knesset’s Dissolution Déjà Vu The Era of Israel’s Endless Elections Endures

On Monday, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid announced that they would vote to dissolve the Knesset and send Israel back to elections, ending their yearlong historic political experiment that united eight parties from across the political spectrum. As soon as next week, Lapid will rotate in as acting prime minister, a position he will hold until a new government is formed.

Join us on Wednesday, June 22 at 2pm ET for an Israel Policy Briefing with Amir Tibon (Journalist, Haaretz) and Michael Koplow (Chief Policy Officer, Israel Policy Forum) on the impending end of the Bennett-Lapid government and what to expect in the coming months as Israel prepares for its fifth elections in four years.