Moshe Nussbaum presents his "outline" from "Wonderful Land", March 15, 2023 (Archive 12)
Maybe this is where the solution to the crisis will come from?
The veteran police reporter of News 12 took part in a "Wonderful Country" sketch this evening (Wednesday) that laughed at the possible compromises discussed by the country's president Yitzhak Herzog, and offered his own compromise: the pace of the legislation would adjust to his pace.
Nussbaum announced last summer that he had been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and as a result his speech rate had slowed.
In this evening's skit, President Herzog (played by Roi Bar Natan) presents outlines that came up in his conversations with the public such as "Eyal Berkovich's outline", "Dana Zermon's outline" or "Tarantino's outline" ("Kill them all"), and then invited the reporter, in his own image.
So he introduced the "Nussbaum Outline", which is expected to slow down the fast-paced legislative pace of the legal revolution.
"what a king".
Nussbaum (photo: screenshot, Keshet 12)
"Thank you," said Nussbaum, "the legislation will not be stopped, but I will manage the committee, and the discussions will progress at my pace."
At the end of the speech, he waved his hand as a sign of thanks and left the frame, to the applause of the audience and the applause of Eyal Kitsis, who was heard saying "What a king", and Eran Zarahovich, who played the character of Yanon Magal.
"Thank you Nosy," Herzog finished the skit.
Earlier this evening, President Herzog presented the "People's Outline" for changes in the judicial system, in an attempt to bridge the debate that is sweeping the country these days.