On Sunday, the Sovereignty Movement joined the battle in support of judicial reform.
Dozens of the movement’s activists came together with Yehudit Katsover and Nadia Matar, Sovereignty Movement Co-Chairs, for a vigil of support for legal reform. They gathered opposite the government meeting in Jerusalem. The movement was initiated by the “Kol Yisrael” movement and will intensify its activity in the near future.
Yehudit Katsover said, “We came to strengthen the government so that it will pass the necessary amendment to the judicial system. Until now, we have voted Right and received Left.” The Movement extended their support to Justice Minister Yariv Levin and MK Simcha Rothman to “promote the changes without fear.”
The support of this and future rallies are at a critical juncture. The coalition is expected to bring a part of its judicial overhaul package to a first Knesset vote early this week, advancing a bill that will give MKs the ability to protect nearly all laws from interference by the High Court.
Though we’re not in Israel now to rally alongside the Sovereignty Movement, AFSI is with them in spirt and is proud to support their work that backs the judicial reform process. The stronger and louder the voices are heard on this – peacefully – the stronger and more successful the entire process will be.
Sovereignty Movement rallies in favor of judicial reform plan, by Israel National News/March 12, 2023