Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): According to reports, the number of positive votes was 110.
The dissolution of the Knesset is the first step towards the fifth general election in the last four years.
The bill to dissolve the Knesset will be put to a vote today (Thursday, May 2) in the first round and next Monday in the second and third rounds.
On Monday evening (June 30th), the Hebrew media reported that Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid ended the Israeli political stalemate; they agreed to submit a bill to dissolve the Knesset and hold elections in the coming days.
Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid have announced that they will vote on a bill to dissolve parliament, and from then on, until the political destiny of Israel is clarified and elections are held, which is the fifth general election in four years, Yair Lapid will be prime minister.
Under the agreement, which is a major political development and has been described by the Israeli media as "a very important political drama", the current Israeli Prime Minister will be replaced by Foreign Minister Yair Lapid with the passage of a bill; In other words, Bennett will be the foreign minister and Lapid will be the caretaker prime minister until the election.