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After her performance was canceled because of an ultra-orthodox in the audience: 13-year-old Eliana will sing "Hatikva" at a demonstration in Tel Aviv - Walla! News


Eliana Hayot Ma'oka will appear tonight at the demonstrations against the legal revolution promoted by the government. At Kaplan she will sing "Hatikva" and from there she will continue to Herzliya - where she will take the stage together with the singer Yehli Sobol and perform the song "I have no other country"

In the video: Eliana Hayot, whose performance was canceled due to the presence of an ultra-Orthodox in the audience, will sing the hope (Photo: Zeev Yanai)

Eliana Hayot, 13 years old from Emoka, will sing "Hatikva" this evening (Saturday) at a demonstration against the legal revolution that will be held at Kaplan in Tel Aviv.

This, after her appearance was canceled due to the presence of an ultra-Orthodox in the audience.

Hiot will also participate in a demonstration in Herzliya, where she will go on stage together with the singer Yehli Sobol and perform the song "I have no other country".

The protest against the legal revolution continues tonight and extends over 120 centers throughout the country.

This is the 11th consecutive Saturday in which demonstrations are held against the government's moves to weaken the justice system, and as in recent weeks, tens of thousands of people are expected to demonstrate.

From 17:00, central streets in Tel Aviv were blocked.

Beginning in the afternoon, demonstrations began in several locations throughout the country, including Rehovot, Gedera, and the Kabri intersection, where hundreds of people are protesting in each of the locations, as well as the Beer Ora intersection, the Ein Yahav intersection, and the Kfar Tabor intersection.

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Demonstration against the legal revolution in Ramat Hasharon, this evening (photo: documentation on social networks according to Section 27 A of the Copyright Law)

In the morning, dozens of people demonstrated in the village of Oriya near Beit Shemesh against the Minister of National Security Itamar Ben Gvir, who is on vacation in a B&B there.

In response, local residents attacked them, with one of them seen kicking them.

The protesters chanted on the spot "Where were you when Daria was murdered?", and on the signs they waved were written "Criminal police director", "Must resist" and "I'm ashamed, get out of the moron".

The police acted to disperse the demonstration on the grounds that it was illegal, and detained two demonstrators.

Meanwhile, the government continues to promote the reform to weaken the judicial system.

This week, the Knesset plenum approved in first reading the passage of the enhancement.

According to the bill, the Knesset will be able to re-enact laws invalidated by the High Court with a majority of 61 members of the Knesset. The

proposal constitutes another pillar in the legal revolution promoted by the government. Justice Minister Yariv Levin and Constitutional Committee Chair Simcha Rothman have so far advanced the main part of the legal reform And it is the change in the composition of the committee for the selection of judges and the elimination of the possibility of the High Court

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