Israeli cabinet ministers unanimously approved a draft bill that would set term limits for the office of the Prime Minister, on Sunday. The proposal put forth by Justice Minister Gideon Sa’ar, who promised to take-on this issue while still on the campaign trail. And while the bill will still need to pass through three Knesset votes to become basic law, it is expected to pass. Under the terms of the draft, a Prime Minister would be forced to resign after eight years – or two full terms – in power. Also, a Premier would need to step down after serving two terms that followed two elections.