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MK Naama Lazimi commented on the initiative to compare the salary of the Prime Minister and Speaker of the Knesset to the salary of the President of the Supreme Court.

"They want to make the justice system a breach":

MK Naama Lazimi from the Labor Party responded this morning (Monday) to an advertisement in "Israel Hayom", about the initiative of senior Likud officials to compare the salary of the President of the Supreme Court with that of the Prime Minister and Speaker of the Knesset.

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"The salary of judges in Israel is high as is customary all over the world - to maintain the purity of morals and prevent bribery," tweeted the Knesset member who is ranked second on the party's list.

"The Likud want to damage their wages for the same reason that they want their center members to appoint judges through them, to make the judicial system hacked, corrupt and corrupt - there is no other explanation for this."

@amirettin's article this morning:

— Naama Lazimi (@naamalazimi) January 16, 2023

As it was published, Likud senior officials asked Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich to insert into the law on arrangements in the state budget - a law that would correct the wage disparity between senior public sector officials.

In fact, the law will establish equal pay between the head of the judiciary, the president of the Supreme Court, the head of the executive branch (the Prime Minister) and the head of the legislative branch (the Speaker of the Knesset).

strongly attacks the initiative.

MK Naama Lazimi (archive), photo: Oren Ben Hakon

The goal: to correct the situation in which the supreme president and supreme judges earn much more than the prime minister.

and also to compare the salaries of the ministers with the salaries of the supreme judges.

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Source: israelhayom

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