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The news about Gallant's layoffs opens foreign websites - voila! news

2023-03-26T20:36:01.288Z


The "New York Times" devoted the first page of the home page to the news about the surprising dismissal, with the headline "Netanyahu fired the defense minister who called for a delay in reform." In the "Washington Post" it was written that the move was made "to suppress opposition within the party"


The dramatic news in Israel this evening (Sunday), according to which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired Defense Minister Yoav Galant from his post, also took pride of place on foreign websites, which placed the news in high places on the home page.

Although the opinion articles of the international newspaper commentators have not yet been published, the news hastened to be published.



The "New York Times" devoted the first page of the home page to the news about the surprising dismissal, with the news headline: "Netanyahu fired the defense minister who called for a delay in reform."

Gallant last night publicly called to stop the legislation as part of the legal revolution, which is being promoted by the government.

In the video: After the dismissal of Minister Galant, crowds protest outside the Prime Minister's house (Photo: Roni Kanfo)

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu (photo: screenshot, PM)

In the "Washington Post" the news appeared in second place on the home page, with the headline being a bit more interpretive: "Netanyahu fired the defense minister amid growing pressure regarding the reform" and in order to suppress the opposition in his party - added the subtitle.



The news stated that Netanyahu refuses to give in regarding the passage of the legal reform despite security, economic and other warnings - and after 12 consecutive weeks of demonstrations across the country.



Also on the home page of the BBC, the news about Gallant's dismissal was published on the home page, among the three opening news.

In "Sky News" they chose to place the news below the headline, with the emphasis in the news on the strong opposition as opposed to the Prime Minister's continued insistence.



On the CNN website, the news was published among the three news that open the home page.

The conservative "Financial Times" website also placed the news from Israel in second place on the home page.



The "Guardian" website came up late, what with the news that it is placed second on the home page.

The article states that Gallant was the first from Likud to stand up to Netanyahu against the reform.

On the British "Times" website, the news about the layoffs is placed lower on the home page, but it already mentions the demonstrations that renewed tonight throughout the country.

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