(Worthy News) – Mass protests against the Israeli government’s controversial judicial overhaul plans will likely continue unabated because Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has lost the trust of the people, analysts predict.
After months of protests, nationwide strikes, and widespread unrest, Netanyahu on Monday announced that he would temporarily pause a slew of bills that would weaken the judiciary’s ability to oversee the executive and legislative branches.
However, analysts believe that the decision will do little to quell demonstrations because many do not believe that the negotiations taking place between coalition and opposition members under the auspices of President Isaac Herzog are being carried out in good faith. [ Source: Media Line (Read More…) ]
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