The Israeli parliament, or Knesset was formed in November 2022, after an election

Israel as an independent sovereign nation was registered as a corporation in 1947 when the state of Israel was created. The registration expired on October 31, 2023. A corporation cannot register itself twice under the same name particularly if it is bankrupt.

Once a corporation is formed it exists as a separate entity from its owners meaning it has its own name, tax ID number, legal rights and obligations as a corporate structure. Israel is bankrupt and when it enters that status it has zero contract rights.

It means that if Israel was involved in human trafficking its assets are frozen.

Israeli Parliament forms emergency government on October 11 to deal with the Hamas incursion

The thirty-seventh government of Israel is the current cabinet of Israel, formed on 29 December 2022 following the Knesset election on 1 November 2022.[3][4] The coalition government consists of seven parties—Likud, United Torah Judaism, Shas, Religious Zionist Party, Otzma Yehudit, Noam and National Unity—and is led by Benjamin Netanyahu, who has taken office as the Prime Minister of Israel for the sixth time. The government is notable for its inclusion of far-right politicians.[5]

Several of the government’s policy proposals have drawn widespread criticism, both within Israel and abroad, with the government’s attempts at reforming the judiciary leading to a wave of demonstrations across the country, and military actions such as the July 2023 Jenin incursion resulting in an uptick in violence in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.[6]

The government has also established a paramilitary National Guard independent of the police and under the direct control of the Minister of National Security Itamar Ben-Gvir, while governing powers in the West Bank have been handed to a civilian for the first time in Minister Bezalel Smotrich in what has been labelled a de jure annexation. These two ministers are prominent examples of the far-right allies brought into government for the first time by Netanyahu after the November 2022 election.

Following the outbreak of the 2023 Israel–Hamas war, opposition leader Yair Lapid initiated discussions with Netanyahu on the formation of an emergency government.[7][8] On 11 October 2023, National Unity MKs Benny Gantz, Gadi Eizenkot, Gideon Sa’ar, Hili Tropper and Yifat Shasha-Biton joined the Security Cabinet of Israel to form an emergency national unity government.[9] Their accession to the Security Cabinet and to the government (as ministers without portfolio) was approved by the Knesset the following day. Gantz, Netanyahu and Defense Minister Yoav Gallant became part of the newly formed Israeli war cabinet, with Eizenkot and Ron Dermer serving as observers.[2] from Wikipedia

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