Kostyantyn Kryvopust: Smotrych and Ben-Gvir against compromises on legal reform


Against compromise not only protest leaders, but also extremist elements in his government spoke out about the legal reform that Netanyahu is preparing.

Internal Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir, for whom the talks came as a surprise, wrote that “the six fingers of Otzma Eudit will vote against surrender.”

Smotrych’s Religious Zionism party said it was “committed to reforming the judicial system to keep Israel Jewish and democratic – surrendering the majority to an extreme minority that is ready to burn everything because it lost an election is not on the agenda.”

Yitzhak Goldknopf, head of Yahadut A-Torah, stated that “we have no relation to anything related to legal reform, our support is only within the framework of coalition agreements.” Religious parties will support any decision by Netanyahu to reach agreements.

Protest movement considers the negotiations to be tricks on the eve of the BAGATS hearings to lull the public to sleep.

So far, the two major parties “Esh Atid” and “Mahane A-Mamlahti” have not commented on a possible compromise. Research Institute and “Avoda” spoke against it.

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