In the video: Levin recordings: the American government works in cooperation with the protest (Walla system!)
A senior official at the American Foreign Ministry said this morning (Tuesday) in a conversation with Walla!
Because Justice Minister Yariv Levin's accusations of cooperation between the Biden administration and the protest against the legal revolution are "absolutely and clearly false."
Yesterday it was published in Vala!
Levin's documentation, when he accuses the American administration of cooperating with the protests: "There is no doubt that we are at a truly unimaginable disadvantage. They are holding the American administration that works with them, as you can see the things said by the people from the administration there."
Yesterday the Speaker of the American House of Representatives, Kevin McCarthy, also referred to the Levin recordings and said that "Israel is an independent country.
It can decide for itself what it does as a democracy.
There should be checks and balances.
I had conversations with the president, with Prime Minister Netanyahu and with other officials.
I think everyone agrees that there needs to be some sort of reform, but we leave that to you.
Your country will decide how to do it.
Levin (Photo: Reuven Castro)
The Justice Minister's documentation was filmed during his meeting with ultra-Orthodox activists at the home of ultra-Orthodox strategist Yossi Rosenbaum.
In the conversation, Levin admitted that "There is no doubt that mistakes were made, but that you wouldn't for one moment make a mistake about it, 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 amazing arsenal of tools and its power was revealed in this event as it has never been revealed - There is funding there in imaginary amounts. Add complete control over the press, Ynet websites, voila! And Israel today."
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."
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