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The Likud faction voted this evening (Monday) in favor of a change in the committee for selecting judges as part of the legal revolution legislation.
This, following the decision of the coalition leaders yesterday on softening the reform.
34 voted in favor compared to
4 who voted against, and they are: Dani Danon, Dodi Amsalem, Moshe Saada and Moshe Psal.
Following the vote, the Likud stated: "The Likud faction has now voted overwhelmingly in favor of the law that restores the balance in the committee for selecting judges and abolishes the undemocratic situation in which judges appoint themselves. This method in which public representatives elect judges is used in almost all democracies in the world. The claim that the abolition of the mechanism in which the judges Appointing themselves is the 'end of democracy' - deprived of a foundation.
The law does not allow the coalition or the opposition to take over the court, but guarantees that there will be diversity in the composition of the judges."
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