On his mother’s side, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu derives from Rabbi Eliyahu of Vilna, who was himself a descendant of King David, according to family tradition.The current Israeli Prime Minister is therefore derived from the once and future Monarch of the Israelite Nation, which is a natural consequence of this.He is descended from the Tribe of Levi through his solely paternal heritage.
Netanyahu was born in 1949 in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv to a household of Jewish parents.Netanyahu’s mother, Tzila Segal (1912–2000), was born in Petah Tikva in the Ottoman Empire’s Mutasarrifate of Jerusalem, and his father, Benzion Netanyahu (né Mileikowsky; 1910–2012), was born in Warsaw and was a historian who specialized on the Jewish Golden period of Spain during the Ottoman Empire.
Netanyahu (Hebrew:, ‘Yah/God has bestowed’) is a given name in the Jewish community.
Additionally, on November 21, 2019, Netanyahu was officially accused on charges of breach of trust, taking bribes, and defrauding the government.As a result of the indictment, Netanyahu is legally obligated to resign from all of his ministerial positions other than that of prime minister.Netanyahu’s trial in the Jerusalem District Court began on May 24, 2020, and is expected to go for several months.
Its parliamentary democratic system of governance serves as the foundation for Israeli administration. A multi-party system governs Israel, and the Prime Minister serves as the country’s head of government and leader of its political parties. The government is in charge of exercising executive authority (also known as the cabinet).
On the Corruption Perception Index published by Transparency International (TI) for 2021, the country is ranked 36th out of 180 countries in the Index, where low-ranking countries are perceived to have an honest public sector, while high-ranking countries are perceived to have a corrupt public sector.
President of Israel
|President of the State of Israel|
|Incumbent Isaac Herzog since 7 July 2021|