The vote in the Knesset on Deri Law 2 (Walla system)
After asking to freeze the law that would qualify him to serve as a minister in the government, Shas chairman Aryeh Deri intends to appoint a permanent interior minister and a permanent health minister after Passover.
Deri has not yet decided whether the appointments will be from among Shas members currently serving in the government and the Knesset or appointments of figures from outside the party. Deri's decision stems, among other things, from his understanding that the High Court of Justice would almost certainly reject the law that would qualify him for the position of minister even though it is a law fundamental.
According to sources in the coalition, Deri does not intend to return to the position of minister and intends to manage the Shas as a member of the Knesset, as well as the ministries of the interior and health, which will be headed by appointments on his behalf. In February, it was first published in Vala that Deri is considering withdrawing from the promotion of the "Deri Law 2", which is intended to bypass the ruling of the "Tz that invalidated his appointment as a minister in the government and is looking at other options.
Deri then said in talks with senior members of the coalition that he "doesn't intend to commit suicide" over the law, as mentioned, because his chances of being disqualified by the High Court are high.