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Over 200 musicians signed a declaration of opinion against the reform and damage to the corporation and announced that they would come to demonstrate on Saturday

Ninet in an exciting rendition of Tzvika Pick (Kashet 12)

Over 200 Israeli artists are mobilizing for the Public Broadcasting Corporation and for the struggle to preserve democracy.

In a manifesto signed by the artists under the title "Musicians for Democracy" it is written, among other things: "It is no coincidence that someone who tries to stage a coup d'état and empty democracy of its contents chose the elimination of public broadcasting as one of his first goals."

Dozens of musicians and artists have signed the petition, including: Shalom Hanoch, Ninet Taib, Ehud Banai, Arkadi Duchin, Berry Sakharof, Rita, Yizhar Ashdot, Danny Bassan, Dana Berger, Shlomi Shaban, David Broza, Efrat Gush, Miki Gabrielov, Ethnics, Si Hayman, Maor Cohen, Ahinoam Nini, Yahli Sobol, Dan Thorn, Yoni Rechter, Peter Roth, Mika Karni, Yuval Samo, Yehuda Ader, Yair Nitsani, Muki.

Ninet Taib (photo: screenshot, Keshet 12)

Many of the signatories made it clear that they intend to come to a demonstration on Saturday night in Tel Aviv: "The closure of the corporation is the silencing of thousands of voices that will never find their place in the commercial broadcasters. We will come to the demonstration on Saturday night and work together with friends to cancel this program, and together with all the citizens of Israel to preserve democracy dear to all of us".

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Source: walla

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