"No One will Prevent it"

Netanyahu on reconciliation efforts: "No one will prevent it"

After about a week of reconciliation efforts and less than 24 hours before the dramatic hearing in the Supreme Court, Prime Minister Netanyahu clarified that the efforts to reach a reconciliation are ongoing: "I am working to exhaust every possible option to achieve a national agreement"

Netanyahu (Photo: Yonatan Sindel, Flash 90)

After the Minister of National Defense, Itamar Ben Gvir, criticized the efforts to reach a compromise on the judicial reform and called on coalition leaders to oppose "surrendering," according to his words, the Prime Minister's Office issued a clarification statement that efforts to reach an agreed-upon outline are ongoing.

In a statement they issued, they clarified that efforts are ongoing and said, "Prime Minister Netanyahu is working to exhaust every possibility to reach a national agreement that will bring balance among the three authorities. If such an agreement is reached, no one will prevent its implementation."

This statement comes after intense efforts have been made over the past week in the vicinity of Netanyahu to reach an accepted compromise regarding judicial reform. Discussions around a compromise or a softened one-sided plan are ongoing today as well at the President's residence.

Gantz: "If there is a solution that preserves democracy, I will be there"

This morning, the leader of the Machane HaMamlachti, Benny Gantz, to whom most of the contacts for compromise are directed, addressed the discussions at the President's residence. He stated, "In recent days, the President of the country has promoted a plan that I saw as a basis for progressing towards broad agreements that would preserve democracy, the principle of depoliticization, and also allow the other side to change, because ultimately, surrendering will exact a heavy price from us."

Benny Gantz (Photo: Avshalom Sassoni, Flash 90)

"My readiness still exists today – Netanyahu will need to demonstrate a genuine intention and the ability to stand behind his proposals or any other proposals he accepts. I am not interested in Netanyahu's motives – whether it's a meeting with Biden, fear of the supreme court, or an understanding of the national challenge ahead of us. If there is a solution on the table that preserves democracy, I will be there. If he returns to the 'payments method' and continues with legislation, he will make a mistake that will only bring disgrace to the crisis."

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