In the past there have been efforts to implement term limits for Israeli Prime Ministers. There is a fresh push to create these limits. This article is from Sputnik News:
Gideon Sa’ar, the leader of Israel’s centre-right Tikva Hadasha (New Hope) party, created after the split of the ruling Likud, said that he intends to limit the prime minister’s term and to modify the political system to avoid a series of early elections in the future, given his party wins in the upcoming vote.
On 23 March, Israel is scheduled to have its fourth snap election to the 24th Knesset, a unicameral national legislative body, over the past two years, following the collapse of Benjamin Netanyahu’s centre-right coalition.
“I propose to limit the prime minister’s term in Israel, I propose to change the electoral system, to reduce the number of ministries. To change the relations between the central and local authorities, to deal with the education system, the economy, in which there have been no reforms over the past year,” Sa’ar said in an interview.
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