Since the Constituent Assembly and the first Knesset are unable to put a constitution together, the Knesset legislates basic laws on various subjects. The Sixth Knesset passes the Fourth Basic Law of Israel on August 13, 1968. The law essentially breaks down the logistics of the government: of whom it is comprised, the parameters of the positions, the expression of a no confidence vote, and the ability for the Prime Minister to dismiss the Government.
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