Judicial reform

Q&A on the judicial reform

kohelet 20 Adar 5783 | 13 March 2023

There are many incorrect assumptions and misconceptions regarding the judicial reform, therefore, we present here answers to the main questions we've been asked about it.

The “pro-democracy” protesters should retain the ability to have a meaningful conversation

Meir Rubin - Neria 16 Adar 5783 | 9 March 2023

Even those who protest the legal reform don’t want to live in a country where the policy is determined on the street, using sandbags and barbed wire -Those who...

The comparison to Hungary – an Orban legend

Pinhas Ancselovitz 14 Adar 5783 | 7 March 2023

Opponents of the judical reform often make comparisons between the process that Hungary went through and what will happen in Israel after the end of the legislation promoted by...

It’s not “the end of democracy” and a broad consensus is within reach

Prof. Moshe Koppel 23 Shevat 5783 | 14 February 2023

Have a hundred thousand people ever come out to protest against something they think you’re responsible for? Well, I’ve got that going for me. It’s been widely reported in...

The court will have tools over the government even without the reasonableness standard

Adv. Ariella Segal 21 Shevat 5783 | 12 February 2023

The judicial system has a complete toolbox with which it checks and balances the executive authority, aka the government, and its multitude of offices and bodies. The Minister of...

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