Speaker Yuli Edelstein said that the current Knesset session will not end until the plenum passes the bill to disperse the body, formally beginning the race to new elections."Two days ago I invited the heads of all the parties to my office. We reached a clear agreement on several issues: the elections will be held on April 9, and throughout the day on Wednesday, the law to disperse the Knesset will pass a second and third reading," Edelstein said."I am announcing here and now that this session will not end so long as the law to disperse the Knesset does not pass a second and third reading," he added. "If today, today. If tomorrow, then tomorrow or next week."