In the video: Levin recordings: the American government works in cooperation with the protest (Walla system!)
Yisrael Beitenu chairman Avigdor Lieberman today (Monday) attacked Justice Minister Yariv Levin following his recordings published in Walla. "Madness is rising, people don't know how to take responsibility," Lieberman said at his faction's meeting. "Instead of blaming Netanyahu for throwing him under the wheels, he chooses defame our most important ally.
This is irresponsible and it reflects the frustration of the Minister of Justice, but not beyond that."
Earlier, Knesset member Karin Elharer Mish Atid attacked Levin following the release of the recordings, saying that he is "a minister who, instead of promoting the rights of citizens from his important office, is busy destroying relations with Israel And its important friend the United States." Knesset member Gilad Karib (Labor) added: "After the tremendous damage Minister Levin has caused to relations within Israeli society, he is also turning to causing dramatic damage to relations with the American government by spreading lies and fabricated stories.
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The leaders of the protest against the legal revolution added: "Whoever said that the courts protect rapists and terrorism is now bringing a new conspiratorial delusion and destroying relations with our ally in a sensitive political and security period. Levin is radically unfit for his position. He is delusional, muttering nonsense in his delusional quest to overthrow Israel to the dictatorship and to replace Netanyahu. On Thursday it is necessary to go out and disrupt in order to save the country from the hands of the destructive opponent."
Earlier today they were published in Vala!
The recordings of Minister Levin, who last night accused the American administration of collaborating with the protest against the legal revolution.
Levin also blamed the failure of the legislation on Knesset members from the Likud who opposed it, and according to him, he is "determined to fight for this matter".
In a meeting with ultra-Orthodox activists at the home of the ultra-orthodox strategist Yossi Rosenbaum, Levin said: "There is no doubt that we are at a truly unimaginable disadvantage. They hold the court, the ombudsman, all the heads of the economic system, the American administration which is working in cooperation with them on this matter As you see the things that are said by the people from the administration there." Levin emphasized that he does not think that anyone is behind their actions, but "they are doing it from their true perception".
"We are at an unimaginable disadvantage."
Levin (Photo: Reuven Castro)
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Levin admitted that "there's no doubt that mistakes were made, but don't for one moment make a mistake, we would have done a perfect information campaign, there is no way we would have reached a situation different from the current situation. The other side has an incredible arsenal of tools and its power was revealed in this event as it has never been revealed - there is There is funding in imaginary amounts. You will add complete control over the press, Ynet websites, voila! And Israel today."
Levin accused the opposition of not agreeing to any part of the reform as part of the talks: "The opposition does not agree to stop," he claimed.
"But it's better to try an experiment and exhaust this move - it will benefit everyone."
Levin claimed that what caused the failure of the legislation was the opposition of Knesset members from the Likud to the procedure.
"We need to ensure alignment of ranks in Likud, you have a very important part in this. This is what failed us in the previous session and prevented us from finishing the matter," the minister explained.
"The situation cannot remain as it is, I am making a great effort to create a tightening of ranks within the Likud and in the coalition, where I see less of a problem. As soon as they see that we are united, it will affect the other side."
Levin also addressed a question from one of those present about his relationship with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu regarding the promotion of the reform.
To this Levin replied that he "suggests not to enter into rumors or statements".
He also said: "Agreement is better than disagreement, but as long as agreement brings real change and not meaningless cosmetics."
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