Netanyahu: ‘I’d Retire Tomorrow – But There’s No One To Take My Place’

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Prime Minister Netanyahu reportedly tells senior justice official he’d be prepared to resign as PM – if only a replacement could be found.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu reportedly discussed his possible resignation with a former senior justice official, Channel 10 reported Sunday evening, saying that he’d be willing to step down “tomorrow” if he had a successor lined up.

“I’d be ready to resign my position as Prime Minister tomorrow, except that there’s no one to leave the keys to,” Netanyahu reportedly said.

Read more at Arutz Sheva.

{Matzav.com}

6 COMMENTS

  1. A very humble man indeed. The big problem in Israel is that there are no Term Limits! They must impose it. There are plenty of people a lot smarter than Netanyahu.

    • In truth Bibi is right, there’s no one to take his place. They’re all no better than the 2 Ehuds – Barak and Olmert. Mordekahi, you’d be fantastic. Run for it and you’d win in a landslide.

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