In the video: Netanyahu: "I believe that it is possible to bring about a reform that will provide an answer to both sides" (Photo: Leam)
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu arrived today (Monday) at the Knesset plenum to participate in the votes on the budget, after lengthy consultations at the Prime Minister's Office. The Prime Minister's Office has not yet announced the date of the statement planned for today, where Netanyahu is expected to announce the suspension of the legislation. Netanyahu informed the coalition leaders today
of His decision to stop the advancement of the legal revolution, despite the opposition of Justice Minister Yariv Levin and National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir. As part of the stoppage of the legislation, also "Deri Law 2", which should allow Shas Chairman Aryeh Deri to serve as minister despite the High Court's ruling, Not expected to pass in the current session.
Netanyahu was supposed to inform the heads of the coalition of the decision at a meeting that convened this morning, but it was prolonged due to Levin's pressure on Religious Zionist Chairman Bezalel Smotrich and Ben Gabvir, who threatened Netanyahu with disbanding the government if the plan was stopped. Levin made it clear that he would not resign from his position, despite The intention is to temporarily stop the legislation,