After Israel's parliament voted in a new coalition government, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's 12-year reign came to an end.
Naftali Bennett, a right-wing nationalist, has been sworn in as Prime Minister, leading a "government of change."
He'll head an unprecedented alliance of parties that was supported by a razor-thin 60-59 margin. As part of a power-sharing agreement, Mr Bennett will be Prime Minister until September 2023.
He will then hand over power for another two years to Yair Lapid, the head of the centrist Yesh Atid party.
Mr Netanyahu, Israel's longest-serving leader who has dominated the country's political landscape for years, will continue to lead the right-wing Likud party while also being the opposition's leader.
Palestinian leaders, on the other hand, have criticized Israel's new administration.
"This is an Israeli internal matter. Our stance has always been clear: we want a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital, based on the 1967 borders "Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' spokesman said.