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At the time of Rothman's interview: Dozens demonstrated against the legal revolution in front of Beit Walla! - Walla! news


While the Chairman of the Constitution Committee arrived for an interview in the editorial studio, protesters chanted "Shame", "D-Mo-Kar-Tia" outside the building in Tel Aviv. And waved signs against the plan promoted by the government. A message sent to the protesters before the event read: "Bring signs, cheerleaders and drums, to hear what we think about the 'reform'"

Direct: The demonstration outside the building and voila!

in Tel Aviv (Photo: Shlomi Gabai)

Dozens of protesters against the legal revolution arrived this morning (Thursday) at Beit Walla!

In Tel Aviv during an interview with the chairman of the Constitution Committee, Simcha Rothman. The protestors chanted "Shame", "D-mo-kr-tia", "This is not Poland", and waved signs calling for opposition to the plan promoted by the government. The message sent last night to the demonstrators read: "Simcha Rothman is coming for an interview tomorrow morning in Vala, and we will welcome him - bring signs, cheerleaders and drums, so he can hear what we think about the 'reform.'

" and caused many disruptions in the country. As part of the demonstrations, the protestors blocked roads, which led the police to use stun grenades and mortars to disperse them.

About 60 people were arrested during the day of the demonstrations, and 11 were injured and needed medical treatment at the hospital.

Dozens if not hundreds more suffered superficial injuries during the clashes and did not require treatment.

The WhatsApp message that called to demonstrate in front of the Walla building! (Photo: Reuven Castro)

Demonstrators outside the building and voila.

Today (photo: Reuven Castro)

The protest began in the morning with blockades of major roads in Israel, including Highway 1 at Shaar HaGai, where, among others, reservists and members of the "Brothers in Arms" movement demonstrated.

Also, protesters stopped the train movement at the Binyamina station when they prevented it from continuing its journey, this at the same time as a demonstration held at an intersection in the city.

Many demonstrators also arrived in Haifa, the Goma junction in the Galilee and the Elishma interchange in Sharon.

Among the groups that participated in the demonstrations were Heitkists, farmers, doctors and students.

Towards noon, the demonstrations that took place in Tel Aviv intensified, which became the main focus of the protest.

Thousands of people demonstrated near the Azrieli buildings, and broke through the police blockades there.

After losing control of the demonstration, the police began to use force against the demonstrators, including using stun grenades.

As a result of the clashes, 11 people were injured and transferred to the Ichilov Hospital, and dozens were arrested.

Demonstrators outside the building and voila.

Today (photo: Reuven Castro)

Demonstrators outside the building and voila.

Today (photo: Reuven Castro)

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The protests resumed towards the evening, when this time the focus shifted to Jerusalem, where hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the Prime Minister's residence on Gaza Street.

During the event, dozens of protesters broke through the police barriers, who announced to them that they would be evicted in response.

In Tel Aviv, the demonstrations that lasted until midnight were renewed.

In one of their hubs in the city, in Madinah Square, about a thousand protesters spontaneously gathered outside the hair salon where at the time the Prime Minister's wife Sara Netanyahu was staying.

The protesters shouted at the place "shame, shame", and only three hours later they were evacuated by the police.

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