Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s chief of staff has resigned, in the second resignation in Bennett’s inner circle in just two weeks.
A statement by Bennett’s office did not provide a reason for the resignation of Tal Gan-Zvi.
Gan-Zvi was a close aide to Bennett for over 10 years and was considered a right-wing flank in his government, who pushed for its right-wing agenda.
According to The Jerusalem Post newspaper, Gan-Zvi is expected to go into the business world.
Earlier this month, Bennett’s diplomatic adviser Shimrit Meir resigned, in a sign of growing problems facing Bennett’s government.
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Writing by Ahmed Asmar