A few hours before the beginning of the incapacity law, four people were arrested this morning (Thursday) after violating the order during a protest near Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's house on Gaza Street in Jerusalem.
According to the police statement: "After the demonstrators refused to obey the policemen's instructions to approach the protest compound at the distance allowed for a demonstration in front of the private homes of elected officials in accordance with the decision of the High Court on the matter, a police officer announced to the demonstrators that gathering is prohibited and ordered them to disperse from the scene."
It was also reported that a number of demonstrators on the spot violated the order, while trying to pass the blockades on the spot, among other things by entering the private residential areas of the residents of the street (for example, the garden apartment of the resident of the street) without permission in a way that count as trespassing. As mentioned, 4 protesters were arrested and taken to the police station for further investigation.
As announced, today there is to be a discussion on the 'Incapacity Law', which concerns the procedures for removing a Prime Minister to 'Incapacitation' due to physical or mental incapacity only, thereby preventing a situation of incapacitation on legal grounds.