legal reform

"We Will Not be Second Class"
Amsalem 'explodes' at the opposition: "We will not be second class"

Minister Dudi Amsalem strongly criticized the opposition and stated: "We will pass the reform because it is important for the people of Israel." He further added and criticized, "The right-wing will go out to protest, and you will stay at home."

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 19.09.23

The Judicial Reform

Merav Michaeli: "What interests the settlers is to sacrifice Israel"

The leader of the Labor Party, Merav Michaeli, sharply criticizes Prime Minister Netanyahu for the compromise surrounding judicial reform: "We must not give him legitimacy again and time to continue the destruction of the house"

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 05.09.23

The Enlistment Law

Netanyahu in closed talks: The Enlistment Law before the continuation of the legislation

Following the ultimatum conveyed by the Haredi members of the Knesset, in which they asserted that a government cannot function without The Enlistment Law, Netanyahu assures that The Enlistment Law will take precedence and be approved at the beginning of the next Knesset session, prior to further progress in the legal legislation

Yehuda Klein, Srugim News | 07.08.23

The Bank of Israel's Report

Bank of Israel report: the economy in Israel is stable, but...

In a report published by the Bank of Israel, it was found that the financial system remained stable despite the opposition of judicial reform opponents. However, economists warn that the implications of the continuation of the legislation, as well as the slowdown in growth and global banking difficulties, may challenge the system.

Yehuda Klein, Srugim News | 02.08.23

Netanyahu Interviewed Abroad

Another interview abroad: Netanyahu again refused to say whether he would obey the High Court

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu again avoided answering if he would comply with the High Court's ruling that would invalidate the law to reduce the Clause of Reasonability, saying in an interview with NBC that he "hopes they don't invalidate the law"

JFeed | 01.08.23

"Israel will not be a Halakhic state"

"Israel will not be a Halakhic state" - The messages page of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was exposed.

The protests are an expression of a democratic country, the judiciary will continue to be independent, and individual rights will be upheld: these are the messages of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to its representatives around the world, in order to deal with international criticism

JFeed | 27.07.23

"Shame!" Aimed at Smotrich

A radio broadcaster on IDF Radio shouted "shame" at Samotrich, and was expelled from the Knesset.

IDF Radio broadcaster, Sami Peretz, took advantage of his entry into the Knesset for press purposes to read out protests against the Finance Minister: "When Samotrich went to the press to celebrate the passage of the law, I couldn't bear it. I called out, 'Shame on you!'"

Arye Yo'eli, Srugim News | 25.07.23

Opposition of Ben Gvir

The CEO of Religious Zionism against Ben Gvir: They will eat salads and divide

Following Otzma Yehudit's position against compromise, the CEO of Religious Zionism, Yehuda Weld, took a stab at Ben Gvir: "Small parties are busy with false briefings to promote themselves"

JFeed | 24.07.23