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Mobilai founder Prof. Shashua: "The price of a mistake in the implementation of a careless reform is too great" | Israel today


In a LinkedIn post, one of the Israeli hi-tech executives, the founder of Mobilai, Prof. Amnon Shasha, warned the government against a quick implementation of the legal reform, "Don't rush. Stop. Take the time to think, deliberate, consult, examine the consequences with an open heart and an open mind."

The high-tech protest against the legal reform is receiving significant reinforcement today from one of the most senior and well-known figures in Israeli high-tech.

In a post he published on LinkedIn, the founder of "Mobilai" company Prof. Amnon Shashua calls on the government to carefully advance the reform.

"When you lead it is important to be careful," wrote Prof. Shashua.

The post does not specifically indicate who it is intended for, but it seems that it is intended for the eyes of the government, more than for the opposition that is fueling the protest against it.

Prof. Shashua does indeed state that "many seem to agree that legal reform is needed in Israel", but also states that this is an "imprudent reform".

In a post he published, Prof. Shashu asks, "But how is it correct to carry out a reform in a complex country like ours?".

After he warns that "the price of a mistake in the implementation of an imprudent reform is too great", he provides the advice: "Don't rush. Stop. Take the time to think, to deliberate, to consult, to examine the consequences with an open heart and an open mind. This is the life of all of us."

So far, the headquarters of the struggle of the hi-techists, which consists of communication consultants, senior hi-tech managers and venture capital funders, has mainly issued joint announcements.

With the exception of exceptional cases, the senior and familiar officials were absent from the conversation.

It is possible that this call by Prof. Shashua, which does not repeat the harsh messages of the organizers of the hi-tech protest, indicates a desire not to further escalate the conflict surrounding the legal reform and calls to go in the direction of negotiations.

We asked Prof. Shashu for clarification on his intentions in the post, but he asked not to add to the matter.

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Source: israelhayom

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