The Legislative Committee in the Israeli Parliament has decided not to vote on judicial reform.

[Fotoğraf: Reuters (Arşiv)]

According to the news of the Israel Public Broadcasting Corporation (KAN), the Parliamentary Law Commission decided not to hold the vote in the second and third sessions of the law, which changed the structure of the Committee to Appoint the Judges.

It was noteworthy that the decision not to hold the vote came after intense protests attended by hundreds of thousands of Israelis across the country.

Before any law can be put to a vote in the House, it must pass the Legislative Committee and be finalized there.

The “judicial reform” of the coalition government led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, which restricts the powers of the judiciary and envisages the power to have a say in judicial appointments, has caused protests across the country for 12 weeks, while the dismissal of Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, who called for the suspension of the regulation, on Sunday evening was the last straw. .

After Gallant’s dismissal, hundreds of thousands of Israelis took to the streets to protest the judicial bill and Gallant’s dismissal, calling for Netanyahu to resign.

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