For the first time in 12 years, Israel will have a new leader.
Benjamin Netanyahu was voted out narrowly by the Parliament and Naftali Bennett was voted in 60-59 on Sunday evening.
Bennett is from a coalition of smaller parties known as the “New Right.” Netanyahu is also a right-wing candidate.
Netanyahu has been facing corruption charges since 2019, which may have played into the vote totals.
Bennett said he would work with President Joe Biden, but opposes the 2015 Iran Deal Biden wants to get back into after former President Donald Trump pulled the country out of it in 2018.
Bennett also thanked Netanyahu for his service over the last 12 years and previously.
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