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The meeting of the heads of the coalition that was supposed to convene today (Sunday) at noon was postponed until tomorrow.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is holding consultations with Justice Minister Yariv Levin and Minister Yoav Kish, and among other things, is examining whether to hold the vote this week even though Defense Minister Yoav Galant and MK Yuli Edelstein may abstain or oppose the vote in the Knesset. In such a situation, the coalition should have 62 Knesset members. to support the proposal to change the composition of the committee for selecting judges, but Netanyahu is afraid of a surprising factor that will ultimately lead to a loss in the vote. Levin and Kish are opposed to delaying or stopping the legislation and believe that the proposal to change the composition of the committee for selecting judges should be voted on as early as this week. So far, only the heads of the ultra-Orthodox factions have publicly announced that they will support the decision One of Netanyahu's but with Jewish power and some of the MKs in Likud strongly oppose it.
Senior officials in the coalition claimed that Netanyahu "has not yet made a final decision on whether to hold the vote this week or postpone it after the break and therefore the meeting of the heads of the coalition was postponed until tomorrow."
According to them, "This would be a mistake. The reaction on the right will be more severe, both at the public level and at the coalition level. Netanyahu must know this before any decision."
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