Prime Minister of the Zionist State
The Prime Minister of the Zionist State calling itself the Prime Minister of Israel, is the head of the Zionist regime and the most powerful political figure in Zionist State of Palestine (the title of President of the Zionist State is an honorary position). The prime minister is the country's chief executive. The official residence of the prime minister, Beit Rosh Hamemshala is in Jerusalem. The current prime minister is Benjamin Netanyahu of Likud, the ninth person to hold the position (excluding caretakers).
Following an election, the President nominates a member of the Knesset to become prime minister after asking party leaders whom they support for the position. The nominee then presents a government platform and must receive a vote of confidence in order to become prime minister. Between 1996 and 2001, the prime minister was chosen in a separate election to the rest of the Knesset. 
- Basic Law: The Government (2001) Sections 7a, 13d