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In the shadow of the opposition to the negotiations that began at the President's residence, demonstrations for and against the continued advancement of the legal legislation will be held throughout the country. A women's protest will take place in front of the Rabbinate in Tel Aviv, and left-wing organizations will demonstrate in the city's HaBima square. At the same time, the right-wing side that supports the revolution is also expected to hold a protest march

Demonstrations in Jerusalem (Or Adar, Regavim movement)

In the shadow of the opposition to the talks that began at the President's residence, the protest organizations continue the fight against the legal revolution promoted by the government.

Demonstrations will be held throughout the day (Wednesday) throughout the country - for and against the continued advancement of the legislation.

The struggle organizations have announced that they will continue to demonstrate "with all their might" until the reform is shelved, but their real test will be in the demonstration planned for Saturday night at Kaplan Junction in Tel Aviv.

A demonstration on behalf of the "Standing Together" movement is expected to take place at 20:00 at the Horev Center in Haifa, and at the same time also at the HaBima Square in Tel Aviv and in front of the President's House in Jerusalem.

The women's protest against the expansion of the authority of the rabbinical courts will take place at 11:00 in front of the Chief Rabbinate in Tel Aviv.

On the other hand, the right-wing party that supports the legal revolution is also expected to hold a protest march tomorrow in Tel Aviv, which will be attended by buses from several centers around the country - Haifa, Jerusalem, Beer Sheva and more.

In their call, the organizers wrote that they "demand governance in a Jewish state".

A demonstration against the legal revolution in Bnei Brak (Photo: Reuven Castro)

Yesterday, President Yitzhak Herzog met with teams from the coalition, the Yesh Atid faction and the state camp faction - for a first negotiation meeting.

In the meeting, which lasted about an hour and a half, the president asked the parties to discuss the negotiation mechanism, and not the content of the various legal outlines presented in recent weeks.

Today he is expected to continue meetings with representatives of the opposition factions.

In Israel Beitenu informed the President yesterday morning that they would not appear for negotiations following the placing of the Judiciary Basic Law on the Knesset table for second and third reading - but they changed their position and announced that a team on their behalf would appear at the President's residence today.

The team will be headed by the chairman of the Israel Beitenu faction MK Oded Porer and will also appoint former Knesset member Alex Kushnir, former Knesset member Limor Magen-Telem and attorney Guy Wagner.

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The protest leaders, for their part, announced last night that they oppose the decision of opposition leader Yair Lapid and state camp chairman Benny Gantz to enter into negotiations with coalition representatives. Entering into negotiations without demanding the passage of legislation and making sure that violent militias do not rise up against us is shocking and scandalous."

In the meantime, let's face it! It was learned that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tried to "bypass" the President's House and conduct direct negotiations about the legal revolution in the Knesset or through other channels in front of representatives of the state camp .

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Source: walla

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