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Pro-judicial Reform Demonstrators Protest in Tel Aviv’s Streets

By 07/21/2023 1:22 PMNo CommentsBy YidInfo Staff


Supporters of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s proposal to reform Israel’s judicial system are expected to gather in Tel Aviv on Sunday evening for another “March of the Million” mega-rally.

“On the eve of the conclusion of the legislative proceedings [to cancel the reasonableness ground], the entire national camp will come to Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv,” organizers announced.

“Stand alongside the heads of the national camp and the Knesset members of the coalition and tell them: The people are with you! Complete the legislation! Sixty-four mandates are not second-class citizens,” continued the flier, which was signed by 29 Zionist NGOs.

Bezalel Smotrich, minister of finance; Amichai Chikli, minister of diaspora affairs; Yoav Kish; and May Golan, minister of women’s advancement, are among the confirmed participants. Yariv Levin, the minister of justice; Galit Distel Atbaryan, the minister of public diplomacy; and Simcha Rothman, the chair of the Knesset Constitution, Law, and Justice Committee, all urged their supporters to protest.

“My sincere gratitude to the [judicial] reformers. In a video posted to social media, Levin stated, “We will gather in Tel Aviv on the evening of Sunday, July 23, to express once more [that] we are in favor of the reform. To achieve actual democracy. for honoring the election’s outcome! ”

Numerous influential rabbis from the Religious Zionist Movement also urged the followers to come.

They stated in an advertisement that was released on Thursday that “everyone’s presence is crucial” and that “with the grace of God, the people of Israel have chosen a Jewish and national administration that will work for the Torah of Israel, the people of Israel, and the Land of Israel.

According to organizers, about 600,000 people participated in the previous large-scale rally in favor of judicial reform, which was held on April 27 in Jerusalem close to the Knesset, dispelling allegations made by opponents that all Israelis are united in opposition to the proposal.

In addition, it gave Netanyahu’s conservative administration much-needed support.

Right-wing activists are hoping to reclaim the narrative on Sunday after 28 weeks of anti-reform demonstrations that have made headlines not only in the Jewish state but also internationally.


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