Angry protesters throng Israeli streets after Netanyahu sacks defence minister
Opposition to Benjamin Netanyahu's legal plan mounts after protests
Netanyahu's government pledged to forge ahead with a parliamentary vote this week on a centerpiece of the overhaul - a law that would give the governing coalition the final say over all judicial appointments. It also seeks to pass laws that would would grant parliament the authority to overturn Supreme Court decisions and limit judicial review of laws.
Protests in Israel after Netanyahu sacks defence minister – video
Protests erupted across Israel on Sunday, after Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced the dismissal of defence minister Yoav Gallant.Gallant's sacking came a day after he broke ranks with the government and urged a halt to a highly contested plan to overhaul the judicial system. In Tel Aviv, protesters flocked to the main highway Ayalon, blocking traffic for hours and setting up bonfires along the multi-lane road in both directions…
Israel government to delay disputed judiciary bill amid mass protests
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday put off a decision on bitterly contested plans for a judicial overhaul amid fears that Israel's worst national crisis in years could fracture his coalition or escalate into violence.
Israel’s largest trade union umbrella group launches general strike in protest at Netanyahu plans to overhaul judiciary
Israel’s largest trade union umbrella group launches general strike in protest at Netanyahu plans to overhaul judiciary.
Mass protests erupt after Netanyahu fires defense chief
Tens of thousands of Israelis have poured into the streets across the country in a spontaneous outburst of anger after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu abruptly fired his defense minister for challenging the Israeli leader’s judicial overhaul plan