Monday, March 27, 2023

Netanyahu apparently wants to stop controversial judicial reform

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will, according to several media reports, announce a halt to the controversial judicial reform on Monday morning.

 A statement by Netanyahu announced for the morning has been postponed, according to Channel 12.

 It is uncertain when the Prime Minister will make a statement.

Before the Parliament in Jerusalem and in other cities in Israel, demonstrators gathered again in the morning. The umbrella organization of trade unions in Israel called for a general strike. All departures have been halted at Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv.

1 comment:

  1. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the leader of the governing coalition in parliament on Monday that he planned to suspend the controversial judicial reforms, Israel’s Kan radio reported, saying that Netanyahu announced this following a meeting with the leaders of factions in the cabinet.


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