The Yesh Atid party has announced that it will be holding leadership primaries for the first time since it was founded a decade ago. The party has been led since its founding by Ya’ir Lapid, currently he Foreign Minister and the alternate prime minister who is slated to become premier in 2033 as part of a rotation deal with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett. Amotz Asa-el, a Hartman institute Fellow and senior columnist for The Jerusalem Post, said that the move was part of the move to transform Yesh Atid into a ruling political party. He also told reporter Arieh O’Sullivan that the bill being presented by New Hope leader Gideon Sa’ar to set an eight-year term limit for prime ministers was not likely to pass in the plenum.