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After Netanyahu's announcement: the chairman of the Histadrut announced the end of the strike - voila! News


10 hours after announcing a strike following the promotion of the legal revolution, Arnon Bar David announced the end of the strike in the economy following Netanyahu's announcement that he was suspending the legislation. The local government also announced the cancellation of the strike. The meaning: all the services will be back in operation - from the kindergartens, the schools and the National Assembly

In the video: the chairman of the Histadrut announces a strike in the economy following the dismissal of the Minister of Defense (Yotam Ronan)

Histadrut chairman Arnon Bar David announced this evening (Monday) the cancellation of the strike in the economy after Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's announcement that he was suspending the legal revolution legislation. The local government led by Chaim Biebs, one of the Likud seniors, also announced the cancellation of the strike. This means that the activities of the gardens, The schools, National Security Agency, government offices and more - will return to operating as usual.

"I congratulate the Prime Minister for stopping the legislative process and choosing the unity of the people," Bar David said.

"I will be the first to assist Prime Minister Netanyahu, in leading negotiations to create a reform that will be drafted by mutual agreement between the parties, and will bring about the unification of the divisions in the nation. I call on all my friends in the government and in the Knesset, from the left and the right, to put the ego aside and see the good of the people and the future of Israeli society before your eyes On our watch, an event is taking place, one of the biggest and most difficult in the nation's history, and we must all show responsibility and leadership for the future of our children."

As mentioned, the local government also announced the cancellation of the strike.

"The Prime Minister made the right decision. With the delay of the legislation, it is time to unite the rifts that have opened up in the nation and for a negotiation process that will lead to extensive agreements. Maintaining the unity of the people of Israel and the security of the State of Israel are the most important things," said the chairman of the local government Haim Bibbs.

Chairman of the Histadrut Bar David (photo: Histadrut spokespersons and Treasury spokespersons)

Netanyahu did not mention the agreement with Ben Gvir or the firing of Galant - but did mention Benny Gantz's letter, which called for "committing to enter in good faith into negotiations on all issues."

According to Netanyahu, "I know there are other people who support this approach and I extend my hand to them."

He emphasized that he suspended the legislation "after I received the consent of the majority of my friends".

He continued, "We stand by the need to bring the necessary amendments to the justice system. Broad agreement is a worthy goal like no other."

Among the leaders of the protest, they do not accept Netanyahu's words and announced that the protest will continue.

"The announcements by the Prime Minister and his extremist partners are an admission of their intention to re-enact the dictatorship laws in the next session, thus harming the economy and the security of the country. As long as the legislation continues and is not shelved, we will be on the streets. This is another attempt to weaken the protest in order to enact a dictatorship. As we said from the first moment, As long as the legislation is not shelved and it is agreed that there will be no unilateral legislation, but only with broad agreement we will continue the protest."

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Source: walla

All news articles on 2023-03-27

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