Tens of thousands of Israeli protesters have taken to the streets across the occupied lands for the 30th consecutive week to condemn the policies by the far-right cabinet of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
On Monday, Netanyahu's religious-nationalist coalition is due to bring for first parliamentary reading a bill that would limit "reasonableness" as a standard of judicial review – and which critics argue would open the door for abuses of power.
Thousands of Israeli protesters across the occupied lands have taken to the streets to denounce the extremist cabinet of Benjamin Netanyahu on the 25th week of public uprisings against the judicial reforms.
"If Netanyahu decides to take us three months backwards, everyone will lose, right and left, Arabs and Jews, secular and extremists," Gantz said in reference to a recent announcement by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on going ahead with his government's controversial judicial reforms.
The daily Haaretz reported that Netanyahu will not attend the annual JFNA conference scheduled for April 23-26 after the country's judicial overhaul protesters called to hold demonstrations during the event.
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in Tel Aviv and other cities in the occupied Palestinian lands for the 15th consecutive week to denounce the so-called judicial reforms proposed by the far-right cabinet of Benjamin Netanyahu.
Thousands of Israeli protesters have held massive rally across the occupied lands in “A Day of Paralysis” to voice opposition with the so-called judicial reforms by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Israeli air force reserve pilots have joined protests against the judicial reforms by far-right cabinet of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announcing their rejection to participate in a forthcoming drill.