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Ahead of the negotiations on the legal revolution: Herzog asked Netanyahu, Lapid and Gantz to establish working teams - voila! News


After the Prime Minister announced that he would suspend the reform legislation, the President called for the immediate start of negotiations on the issue. In addition, the President informed that non-elected representatives would be able to present their ideas on the issue. Gantz then spoke with Netanyahu and welcomed the "stopping of the legislation"

Netanyahu: Out of national responsibility, I decided to suspend the legislation in order to reach a broad consensus (Leam)

President Yitzhak Herzog this evening (Monday) asked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, opposition leader Yair Lapid and state camp leader Benny Gantz to form negotiating teams ahead of the start of talks on the legal revolution.

This, after Netanyahu's statement that he would suspend the legislation.

The President made it clear that he intends to continue to allow the representatives of the various factions in the Knesset, the civil society organizations and other parties to present their various positions and ideas as was done in the past weeks.

Afterwards, Gantz spoke with Netanyahu and welcomed the stoppage of the legislation.

During the conversation, Gantz called on Netanyahu to keep the ousted Defense Minister Yoav Galant in his position, claiming that he is "essential for national security and calming the spirits at this time."

In addition, Gantz informed that he decided to appoint Knesset members Gideon Sa'ar, Hili Trooper, Orit Parkash-HaCohen and lawyer Ronan Aviani as the negotiating team that he will send on behalf of the faction to the President's residence.

Call to start chatting immediately.

Herzog (Photo: Flash 90, Avshalom Sassouni)

On the other hand, Lapid still expressed doubts regarding Netanyahu's words, saying at a press conference he held: "If the legislation is indeed stopped, a real and complete stop. We are willing to go to the president of the country for talks," said Lapid.

If the government comes to real and fair negotiations, we can come out of this breaking point stronger, more united, and turn this moment into a defining moment in our common life.

Modi has bitter experience from the past, we will first of all make sure that there is no exercise or eye catching."

Earlier this evening, Netanyahu announced the delay of the legislation, in order to give "a time-out for a real opportunity for negotiations". the rights of the individual." Netanyahu added: "I am aware of the enormous tension that is building up between the two camps and sections of the people.

I am attentive to the desire of many citizens to relieve this tension - "We are on the path of a dangerous collision in Israeli society.

Netanyahu did not mention the agreement with the Minister of National Security Itamar Ben Gvir or the impeachment of Galant - but he did mention Gantz's letter, which called for "a commitment 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."

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Source: walla

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