Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara are expected to arrive for a few days of vacation at a hotel in Neve Ativ. As a result, protest activists are planning to establish a 'tent city' on-site to protest against the legislative moves and to create a "democracy camping site" there.
The protesters will arrive at the Panda Hotel tomorrow (Tuesday), where the Prime Minister will be staying, and will depart on Wednesday with the conclusion of the Netanyahus' vacation. According to the message sent in groups, the demonstrators are planning a "can't-miss event: activities, experiences, and a view of Bibi and Sara."
This is not the first time that opponents of the reform come to places where politicians vacation in order to demonstrate against them. Protesters, mostly former Israelis living in Cyprus, gathered last Saturday outside the hotel where the Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, was staying, and shouted at him while holding Israeli flags and signs.
Nir Barkat also faced protests from demonstrators while he was at a restaurant in Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv, as protesters stood outside the restaurant and shouted at him "Nir Barkat desecrates the Sabbath" and "Israel is not Iran."