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The TLV Partners Foundation will provide buses to protesters against the legal reform Israel today


Venture capital funds and hi-tech companies continue their protest actions • Since yesterday, dozens of companies have joined the call to actively join the protest • Erez Shahar of Kumara Capital called on all CEOs who are members of the hi-tech struggle headquarters to allow the workers to strike

Factors in high-tech, venture capital funds and startups continue protest actions against the legal reform.

On Thursday, a huge demonstration is planned on Gaza Street in Jerusalem in front of Prime Minister Netanyahu's private home, and next Monday there will be a "popular strike" organized by the central protest headquarters against the legal reform.

The intention of the strikers is to go to Jerusalem and protest the government's intention to pass the reform laws in the first reading in the Knesset.

High-tech also continues to take an active part in the protest and since yesterday dozens of companies have already joined the call to actively participate in the protest.

The venture capital fund TLV Partners even announced that it will provide free buses for the benefit of workers who want to go to Jerusalem for a demonstration that will be held this coming Monday.

Erez Shahar of the venture capital fund Kumara Capital specifically called on all the CEOs who are members of the Hi-Tech Struggle headquarters to allow the workers to strike: "Dear CEOs, the time has come for action. I call on all of you, CEOs and entrepreneurs of Israeli high-tech companies, to actively join the strike in the economy on Crimson".

Shahar justified his call by stating that "the government continues to gallop through lightning legislation to undermine Israeli democracy. We, as members of the high-tech industry, who share values ​​of inclusion, transparency, excellence, freedom, must take a clear position. This is not a political position, it is a value position, and this is also a war about the future of our industry here in Israel."

Shahar also wrote, "There is no future for the high-tech industry in Israel the day after the legislation, and it is our duty to ourselves, to our employees, to our shareholders, to our families, and to our country not to allow this to happen."

Among the companies and foundations that will allow workers to strike:

9xchange, Quris, Eco shrimp, Amai proteins, Pangea, Rimonim Agro, The kitchen, Vensica, Rapid medical, Hadasit, Rimon Bio, Endoron medical, AION Labs, Biolojic Design, Iluria health.

Ehrlich group, Biocancell, Barcode nanotech, Azura Ophthalmics, PresBy Vision, Foresight, Vision 6, Cell-Lipo.

And the companies:

Bookaway, Serenus.AI, INX, Andoron Medical, Starget Pharma, natural intelligence, lool ventures, Xverum, TK Video, Active Implants Israel, Aerovis Drones, 50m Media Ltd,


BrainVivo, Trigo, AlgoSec, 91 Ventures, Alike, UltraSight , Forma, Public-Key, Evermile, NFX, Wizer,, Anywell, Amai Proteins, Medium Well, GeoEdge, Ourcart.

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Source: israelhayom

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