The prime minister of the Zionist regime, who had the shortest term of office among other former prime ministers of the regime, accused Iran of violating the basic terms" of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) as the Israeli regime is the only regime in the Middle East that is not a party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and has not accepted IAEA safeguards on its principle nuclear activities.

Iran PressMiddle East:  On Monday (June 20), Naftali Bennett announced that the parliament would dissolve the Zionist regime after a series of splits of party members from parliament and called for new elections, the fifth in Tel Aviv since 2019.

In his farewell interview as Israeli Prime Minister to the New York Times, Naftali Bennett reiterated the accusations against the Islamic Republic of Iran, saying that Tehran was "violating the basic terms" of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). It intends to attack Israel using its drones.

The Israeli prime minister has accused Iran of violating the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) without a document, but the regime has refused to join the NPT. This is while Iran has been a party to the NPT since 1970.

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Bennett claimed that he calls his "octopus doctrine" for hitting Tehran on the head instead of its tentacles: "When the Iranians" hit us through deputies or directly, they will pay the price in Iran. "

It was announced yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) that the Zionist representatives had voted in favor of the initial plan to dissolve the regime's parliament.

During his tenure as Prime Minister, Bennett worked hard to unite the international community against Iran, and his cabinet officials traveled to Borjam member states to disrupt the Vienna talks on reviving Borjam and lifting unilateral sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Votes in favor were dissolved as the first step to holding the fifth election in the occupied territories in the past three and a half years. The Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported that the bill is now being referred to the parliament's constitutional committee to pave the way for a second and third ballot on dissolving parliament.

The Hebrew media also reported that the second and third rounds of voting are expected this week. Haaretz reports that Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid have agreed to vote on dissolving the Knesset next week. If approved, Lapid will become Israel's next caretaker prime minister.


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