The workers of the high-tech industry in Israel continue their determined fight against the legal reform.
Today (Tuesday), starting at 11:00, the hi-techists will go out to demonstrate in 18 locations across the country, from Haifa in the north to Yavne in the south.
Workers from other employment sectors are expected to join the demonstrations.
In a statement published on behalf of the headquarters of the struggle of the high-tech workers, it was stated "Yesterday thousands of hi-techists arrived in trains, buses and convoys, and together with thousands of Israelis showed those who are trying to crush democracy, that they have no chance. They cannot win because we are determined to preserve our fundamental values."
The headquarters also added, referring to the demonstrations that will be held today, that "today, at the same time as peaking discussions in the Constitutional Committee on the Law of Overcoming, we will once again take to the streets throughout the country. We will be joined by doctors, academics and other sectors. Together, we will continue to protect democracy and Israel."
The high-tech protest on Kaplan Street, January 31, 2023 (archive), photo: Gideon Markovich
Hightkist demonstrations against the legal reform in Tel Aviv, archive, photo: Yehoshua Yosef
The list of protest centers includes: Tel Aviv - Sharona, University and Ramat Ha'il; Ramat Gan - the Stock Exchange; Herzliya Pituach; Haifa - Matam;
Ra'anana - industrial area;
Jerusalem - Mount Khotsavim;
And according to them also in Silicon Valley.
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