Netanyahu tries to suspend the crisis for a month, but fails

The deep division that has settled in Israeli politics and society is such that the Prime Minister has decided to suspend for a month the attempt to impose the new law that limits the power of the Supreme Court – which in the country functions as a constitutional court. and it has, on the other hand, broad powers of control over the executive and its members.
The decision stems from the evidence that only negotiations between Netanyahu’s coalition and the opposition can lead to the new rules being endorsed and presented as acceptable. But, as must have seemed evident to everyone, the month of ‘suspension’ of the political crisis is far from appeasing spirits – given that political ‘stabs’ are a constant every day.
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