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The leaders of the protest against the legal reform will announce: "The measures are intensifying" | Israel today


The leaders of the protest will hold a press conference tonight in which they will announce that they will not be satisfied with the huge demonstrations they led.

The demonstrations in recent weeks that brought out tens of thousands of demonstrators across the country, led by the mass demonstrations in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, are expected to continue, but this evening (Tuesday) the leaders of the protest against the Maftian revolution are expected to announce the worsening of the measures.

At the end of the week, the level of pressure and incitement rose on both sides when Colonel Zeev Raz and Attorney David Hodak were summoned for questioning following the harsh statements made against the heads of state and the leaders of the legal reform.

State President Yitzhak Herzog tried to lower the level of the flames and once again appealed to the heads of the coalition with a request to stop the legislative process to allow negotiations between the parties, but he did not find a listening ear and the legislative processes continue despite the protests and requests.

did not find a listening ear.

President Herzog, photo: AFP

Minister of Justice Yariv Levin, who was interviewed on the Israel Hayom podcast "Seeing Far," said that he is ready for talks, but it is important that the other side knows that the willingness to talk will only come in the event that the leaders of the protest and the members of the coalition understand that the reform is underway: "Not only am I ready to talk - I want to talk," said Minister Levin, "they will understand that it is time to talk seriously. Then things can be concluded very quickly."


Levin does not rule out changes to the proposal he made, not at all regarding the overcoming clause.

And in general he says that there will be changes in the reform as presented.

One of them, he confirms, is that the government intends to spread the legislative process of the reform over a longer period of time, so that, contrary to the initial plan, not all of its parts will be approved in the coming winter session.

not going to stop

Yariv Levin, photo: Dani Shem Tov, spokeswoman for the Knesset

"It may happen. These are technical things. Dividing the proposal into two or three parts will perhaps make it possible to finish its part faster. This thing has an advantage and importance because we do not want that due to a malfunction or an external event, we will find ourselves in a situation where we are unable to pass anything. If we succeed in passing a part Even in this session, it is welcome and important."

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Source: israelhayom

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