Mass protest against judicial reform took place in Jerusalem

Mass protest Against judicial Reform Took Place In Jerusalem

Almost 50 thousand Judicial Reform Protest against the judicial reform of Benjamin Netanyahu’s government staged a rally in front of the Supreme Court in Jerusalem on the eve of a hearing on one of the most important laws adopted as part of the reform. It is reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the local media.

Mass protest against judicial reform took place in Jerusalem

Judicial Reform Protest

According to the agency, Judicial Reform Protest briefly blocked traffic on one of the nearby streets. However, after a while, the police pushed the protesters off the roadway. During the rally, several protest movement leaders and politicians addressed the crowd, including the head of the Israeli Bar Association, Amit Bahar, and former Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni.

Israel predicted the abolition of judicial reform

Recall that the protests in Israel have not subsided for 36 weeks in a row.

Citizens taking part in the protests oppose the government’s judicial reform because they believe that it could limit the influence of the Supreme Court on the process of making basic laws, allow parliamentarians to challenge the decisions of this court and give the government control over the procedure for appointing judges.

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Netanyahu: Israeli pilgrims in Ukraine must take care of their own safety

Israeli pilgrims planning to visit Jewish shrines in Ukraine in the near future will be responsible for their own safety. This statement was made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu .

Netanyahu Israeli pilgrims in Ukraine must take care of their own safety

“Israeli citizens who travel to Ukraine must act responsibly regarding their trips at this time. The Holy [God] has not always protected us both on Ukrainian soil and in other European lands,” the Israeli prime minister said, as quoted by government press. service.

“There must be an understanding that in the State of Israel, when rockets fall on us, citizens go into shelters and there is protection. There [in Ukraine] there are no shelters or protection,” Netanyahu warned.

At the end of August, the Israeli Foreign Ministry once again recommended that its citizens avoid traveling to Ukraine due to ongoing hostilities in that country. This recommendation especially concerned Hasidic pilgrims who may wish to visit their shrines on Ukrainian territory on the occasion of the Jewish New Year, celebrated in September.

In the city of Uman in the Cherkasy region of Ukraine there is the grave of the founder of Bratslav Hasidism, Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav, which is visited annually by tens of thousands of Jewish believers. This pilgrimage is timed to coincide with the holiday of Rosh Hashanah – the Jewish New Year, which this year will be celebrated from September 15 to 17.

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