Likud MK Danny Naveh said Sunday that his decision to leave the political sphere came from a need to "make a change."
In an interview with Army Radio, Naveh explained that "this sense that the political system has become a less and less pleasant business to be involved in - and the public's faith in this system steadily going down - was a not-insignificant factor in bringing about...my decision."
Naveh plans to take a business position in the private sector after leaving the government.
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