Netanyahu: Out of national responsibility, I decided to suspend the legislation in order to reach a broad consensus (Leam)
The political system continued to storm this evening (Monday), despite Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's statement announcing the delay of the legal revolution legislation.
The chairman of the state camp Benny Gantz welcomed Netanyahu's announcement and in a statement he made said: "I welcome his decision to stop.
better late than never.
The Prime Minister is the first person responsible for the rift in the nation.
But all of us - coalition and opposition - bear the responsibility to nurse him."
The chairman of the state camp also called for the removal of Defense Minister Yoav Galant: "This is not the time to drop a bomb on Israeli democracy, not the time to fire the Defense Minister and give a reward to our enemies. I call for Netanyahu to keep him in his critical position."
Gantz also added that he intends to "arrive in the room for talks with an open heart and a willing soul.
Not with the goal of subjugation, but with the goal of success. We will immediately show up at the president's residence, extending our hand. I call on Netanyahu to remove the threats, ultimatums and extreme statements that are keeping us from our goal."
The legal revolution