Netanyahu announces delay to Israel judicial overhaul plans amid huge protests
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday his controversial plans to weaken the judiciary will be delayed after widespread strikes and protests drove the country to a standstill.
Published 2 months ago · Jerusalem, Israel
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Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu suspends judicial overhaul plan amid protests
Amid nationwide protests, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced that he would suspend the legislation of his contentious plan to overhaul the country's judiciary by about a month to allow "dialogue" between coalition and opposition lawmakers.
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Israeli PM agrees to delay judicial overhaul until next parliament session
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will delay the process for discussions on the controversial planned judicial overhaul to next month, a statement from the far-right and coalition member party Jewish Power said on Monday.
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Israel’s Netanyahu ‘to delay’ controversial judicial reforms in wake of mass protests
Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, will delay controversial reforms to the judicary in the wake of mass protests, according to the far-right Jewish Power party – a member of the ruling coalition goverment.
2 months ago·London, United KingdomRead Full Article
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