President Hayut rushed back to make the situation worse

"Good morning to the President of the Supreme Court Hayut after you contributed your donation, together with Aharon Barak, to stir the winds and sow chaos - the judicial reform is just an excuse to hang on in order to overthrow the government."

President Esther Hayut (Photo: Yonatan Zindel, Flash 90)

Good morning to the President of the Supreme Court Hayut. We were glad to hear about the shortening of your visit abroad, in order to hurry back to Israel.

However, it is not certain that the reason is known. After you contributed your donation, together with Aharon Barak, to stir the winds and sow chaos, you seem to be in a hurry to return to exacerbate the situation and rule on appeals against the law before it comes into effect. For heaven's sake, it is a fundamental law, for heaven's sake, the conflict of interest that the judicial system, with all its branches, is involved in, ruling on a law that pretends to reorganize the composition of the court and amend the powers of legislation that exceeded the definitions set for them by the legislator.

The likelihood is that this is an intention of high honor of the presidency, given her decision to rule on another appeal, against the immunity of the Prime Minister, along with two other activist colleagues in the judiciary, just as the Prime Minister addresses the UN.

The feeling of déjà vu refreshes our memory, as a similar conduct was chosen by the General Attorney when he announced Netanyahu's indictment, while in the White House, Trump was being informed about his "Deal of the Century."

I have a dream, Madam President, that you will choose to act differently. That you will grasp the severity of the situation in the country, on which you cannot say 'my hands did not spill this blood,' that you will call for calming the winds and head straight to the office of the Prime Minister, where you will reach agreed-upon decisions regarding the changes in the judicial system.

Indeed, listen well to the words of the anarchists leading the protest, with their black flags and loud noises in Minister Square, claiming that judicial reform is just an excuse to overthrow the government. Nevertheless, you must take responsibility for what is within your jurisdiction. The President's authority without responsibility can become a double-edged sword that may end in undesirable consequences (lose-lose situation).

The people see the heads of the opposition fueling the flames of protest and, on the other hand, the statesmanship of the Prime Minister as the responsible senior leader. Now, it is your turn to reveal leadership that ensures the proper functioning of all three branches of government with dignity and protection, as stipulated by law, improving the status of each one of them, securing the country's security, and the prosperity of its citizens. The choice to accord the end of your tenure is in your hands: to be remembered as someone who contributed to promoting the status of the judiciary in the eyes of the public and bringing peace to Israeli society or as someone who completed the destruction of the country and its people.

Yehudit Ohana, a pedagogical instructor and a leader in educational development and empowerment within the education system.

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