Likud MK considers resigning from Knesset for 'personal reasons' - reports

May 23, 2016 18:42


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Likud MK Miki Zohar met with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday afternoon regarding his potential decision to resign from the Knesset.

Zohar, in his first terms as an MK, reportedly informed Netanyahu that he intended to leave the Knesset for undeclared personal reasons. His spokesperson stated that Zohar had not finalised his decision.

If he does indeed reign, lawyer Hila Mark from Ma'ale Adumim would be set to replace Zohar.

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