On video: Itamar Ben Gabir at the scene of the attack in Jerusalem (photo: according to Section 27 A of the Copyright Law)
Member of Knesset David Bitan of the Likud this morning (Monday) referred to the attack by the Minister of National Security Itamar Ben Gvir on the Legal Adviser to the Government Gali Beharev Miara and said that "I don't think she is in place at the moment, since everyone is studying the material and understands that action needs to be taken."
"In the end she approved (sealing the terrorist's house) and I don't know what the criticism is about," he added in an interview with Anat Davidov and Gideon Oko on 103FM.
"I didn't come now to interview and criticize Minister Ben Gabir, but in the end, even the jurists understand that they need to change their position and it takes time, it's not from now to now and eventually it will be done."
He also referred to the legal revolution and said that "there will be changes in the reform, the issue will be softened because it needs to be softened to a certain extent and it will not go as it is. I have a position, but I leave it to the Minister of Justice to make (the changes) with the opposition."
"Parts of the opposition also say that a change needs to be made," claimed Bitan.
"The rush forward is only for a first reading. The Minister of Justice said that between the first reading and the second and third, they will sit with the opposition in order to see what can be concluded and what can be done."
On the fear of an economic crisis following the reform: "What is happening today is a self-fulfilling prophecy. All the professors and all the economists have their say, they are also in contact with the economists abroad and this has an effect in the end.
If they change the tone, I believe nothing will happen either."