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Protests in Israel against reform of the judicial system

Tel Aviv, Jun 4 (Prensa Latina) For the twenty-second consecutive week, Israel faced massive protests against the bill to reform the judicial system, which is supported by the far-right government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, local media reported today.

Thousands of settlers demonstrated last night in several cities in rejection of these policies, which they consider contrary to the foundations of “democracy”, reflected the i24NEWS site.

The source itself reported that the central protest took place on Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv and then advanced to Ayalon Avenue to close the road to traffic in both directions.

Against this background, Israeli polls revealed the continuing decline in popularity of the Likud party headed by Netanyahu, along with his partners in the current government.

Netanyahu suspended the legislative process on March 27 to give dialogue a chance after the expansion of the protest movement and the start of a general strike.

According to experts, political divisions are growing in Israel between the government and the opposition as they exchange accusations of responsibility for the outbreak of an internal war.

The reform proposed by the Executive would restrict the ability of the Supreme Court to reject laws by allowing Parliament to re-legislate regulations challenged by that body.

The plan, in addition, would allow the far-right Executive to control the appointment of magistrates.


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