Israel has a new president: Izchak Herzog. The 60-year-old was elected to the post with an overwhelming majority. He is following in the footsteps of his father.
Amid the political turmoil, Israel’s parliament has elected former opposition leader Izchak Herzog as president. The 60-year-old won against teacher and activist Miriam Peretz, 67, on Wednesday with an 87 to 26 vote. On 9 July, Herzog assumed the position of the previous president. Reuven Rivlin. The election took place shortly before the expected replacement of the long-term right-wing conservative prime minister. Benjamin Netanyahu.
Herzog has led the Labor Party since 2013. His father, Chaim Herzog, was already the President of Israel. In 2018 he became president of the Jewish Agency, which is responsible for, among other things, immigration to Israel.
the president is in Israel An all above delegate function. The most important task is to pardon the prisoners and give them the task of forming the government. It is determined by the Parliament in secret ballot every seven years.
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