According to media reports, Israel’s eight-party government plans to dissolve parliament and hold new elections. The coalition intends to present a corresponding draft law next week, according to Israeli media, citing a government statement on Monday evening. After the dissolution of the Knesset and until a new government is sworn in, the current foreign minister, Jair Lapid, is to take over the office of prime minister. So far, Naftali Bennett is on the post. Both wanted to give a press conference in the evening.