Mi yachlif et rosh ha'memshala.
I can't believe this was two years ago. We are coming up to elections only now! The question is, will he be replaced or not?
I understand that this phrase is speaking about the person in charge itself, but if you want to ask about the person or institution who is making the change, it will be the same question? (in both languages)
It will be the same.
Wow. I was
Stupid app. Let me finish. I was thinking "What party of people is going to switch him out?" I could get so thrown in Israel trying to communicate with others, it's mind-blowing sometimes :D
I hear "mi YACHlif" with stress on the first syllable instead of "mi yachLIF".
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אי אפשר לחליף את ביבי. אין כמו הוא
Why not: "who will substitute the Prime Minister"?
The deep state. Mandelblit and the deep state will replace Bibi with someone else.