Aslıhan DOĞRU -TDO- In Israel, a bill that would prevent Benjamin Netanyahu from forming a coalition government and re-becoming prime minister will be voted on in Parliament.
According to local media reports, the Israeli Parliament will discuss a draft law on May 24th that would ban a lawmaker from taking the prime minister's seat for the third time and appointing a person with a lawsuit against him to form a coalition government.
The draft law by opposition parties will be discussed primarily in the Parliamentary Organizing Committee.
If the bill passes the Committee, it must be adopted in three separate votes in the House.
If passed, the bill would prevent Netanyahu from forming a coalition government again because of an ongoing corruption case against him and because he has been Prime Minister since 2008.