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Semtorich is trying to put us to sleep: the lies that the Minister of Finance tells us - voila! Of money


The government's decision to "soften" the legal revolution and present it as "reform-lite" will not convince the business sector

The Minister of Finance was sent to the microphones to whitewash the reform.

The problem is that no one in the business sector buys his soft talk anymore (Photo: Flash 90, Avshalom Sashoni)

The proposed method of hostile takeover of the committee for the selection of judges is designed to inject us with an anesthetic and talk to us in flowers.

First we will take the supreme judges, then we will choose its president and the rest including the fortification laws and the conscription laws.

The overcoming paragraph and the armor of the basic laws will come later.

It is now clear why Likud did not agree to accept the president's outline that would neutralize their influence on the committee for appointing judges.

Now it is clear why the chairman of the Histadrut, who publicly supported the President's outline, of which he was a partner, must take action. After all, he promised that if the outline is not promoted, he will not sit on the sidelines. So come on, Arnon Bar-David, wake up! Yesterday, Finance Minister Bezalel Semtorich was recruited to the

task For this purpose, he recruited Simcha Rothman, chairman of the Constitution Committee.

The hope was that he would introduce some groundbreaking move in the area of ​​the cost of living, but disappointingly he took to the microphones to promote the creeping reform.

On video: the story of a female slave-protest on Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv (documentation on social networks according to Section 27 A of the Copyright Law)

The timing is not coincidental: the top of the Treasury has issued unprecedented warnings about the serious economic consequences if the coup is launched.

Semtorich, as usual, ignored it and claimed that the warnings came from self-interested parties.

The Minister of Finance spoke sweetly: "We all agree that the judicial system needs correction, practical activity and the formation of a conceptual, democratic and orderly concept" he said at the beginning of his remarks.

But, want to fix the system?

you are welcome.

Add judges, add courts, streamline the system and don't try to take it over.

"We need to take into account the values ​​and positions of our brothers. We don't underestimate it, we listen to them. Unfortunately, so far, an outstretched hand has not met a sister's hand."

The Minister of Finance is right: he apparently wants "consensual reform" in order to sell it to the enlightened Western world.

The problem is that it won't happen and no one will fall into the trap.

The ultra-Orthodox for democracy will not compromise on its depth.

or full democracy, or 'democracy lite'

"We have a responsibility to maintain unity despite the differences. No more self-appointed judges, the people in all their parts will have an influence."

The Minister of Finance said, only that is a lie: the judges no longer appoint themselves.

Ask the former Minister of Justice Ayelet Shaked how many supreme judges she was able to appoint on her behalf, despite the opposition of the judges.

"With brothers talking, brothers don't win. This story cannot be turned into the story of a slave."

On this, Minister Smotrich was told: Who is even asking you?

Are the delusional proposals to harm LGBT people or choose not to provide services to certain population groups, nothing more than a "handmaid's tale" on steroids?

"Let's talk.

We will allow everyone to feel at home together, so that no one will feel excluded and that their values ​​are trampled upon." Well, the Minister of Finance is trying to present a false unity that no one is looking for. If more than half of the public are really his brothers, then as a family man he will submit a request for peace at home, instead of going out to Hapoel predatory reform,

  • Of money

  • opinions


  • Bezalel Smotrich

  • The Committee for the Appointment of Judges

  • reform

  • Ministry of Finance

  • Minister of Finance

Source: walla

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