Israelis protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s new right-wing coalition and its proposed judicial reforms to reduce powers of the Supreme Court in a main square in Tel Aviv, Israel. Photo: Reuters
Israelis protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s new right-wing coalition and its proposed judicial reforms to reduce powers of the Supreme Court in a main square in Tel Aviv, Israel. Photo: Reuters
Middle East

Tens of thousands of Israelis protest against legal reforms planned by new government

  • In office for just over two weeks, the government has launched proposals to weaken the Supreme Court and the country’s legal system
  • The new security minister has ordered police to take tough action against protesters who block roads or display Palestinian flags

Israelis protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s new right-wing coalition and its proposed judicial reforms to reduce powers of the Supreme Court in a main square in Tel Aviv, Israel. Photo: Reuters
Israelis protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s new right-wing coalition and its proposed judicial reforms to reduce powers of the Supreme Court in a main square in Tel Aviv, Israel. Photo: Reuters
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