How serious is Israel’s political crisis for its government? | Courts

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From: An inside story

An estimated 500,000 people are protesting the far-right government’s judiciary reform plans.

A large crowd in Israel showed up on Saturday night for the 10th week in a row against plans to cut the powers of the Supreme Court.

Israel has seen its biggest protests yet against the far-right government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his plans to overhaul the judiciary.

Along with the Iran-Saudi agreement to restore diplomatic relations, he faces serious problems at home and abroad.

How serious is Israel’s political crisis?

Presenter: Adrian Finigan


Gideon Levy – Author and columnist at Haaretz newspaper

Sally Abed – Palestinian resident of Haifa, podcast host and leadership member of Standing Together, the largest Jewish-Arab grassroots movement in Israel

Gil Hoffman – Executive Director of HonestReporting and former chief political correspondent at the Jerusalem Post

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