The chief of staff of Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has resigned, marking the second departure in Bennett’s inner circle in the past weeks.
Bennett’s office did not give a reason for Tal Gan-Zvi’s resignation in a statement.
For almost a decade, Gan-Zvi was a close adviser to Bennett, and he was seen as a right-wing flank in his cabinet, pushing for the right-wing agenda.
Gan-Zvi is anticipated to enter the business sphere, according to local media outlets.
Bennett’s diplomatic aide Shimrit Meir left earlier this month, signaling the government’s growing challenges.