Netanyahu opens dialogue with Supreme Court justices

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu Tuesday night invited chief justice Esther Hayat and her deputy Hanan Meltzer to his office for the first airing between them of the long-running dispute over the relative powers of the Knesset, the government and the supreme court. They agreed on the importance of continuing dialogue on their differences in mutual respect. Justice Hayut stressed the vital importance of respecting the judicial authority’s independence. The prime minister stressed the need to maintain a correct balance among the judicial, the executive and the legislative branches.

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5 thoughts on “Netanyahu opens dialogue with Supreme Court justices

  • May 29, 2019 @ 0:14 at 0:14

    The Supreme Court is needed to provide a farcical fig leaf to the crazed racist policies of those illegally occupying Palestine.

    • May 29, 2019 @ 0:58 at 0:58

      Best thing for Ahmadinejad is to drop dead asap – and he will !

    • May 29, 2019 @ 1:36 at 1:36

      The crippled demented ayatollah can not use his right hand which is just hanging there.
      But this is not a good reason for Israel not to have a right-wing oriented government.
      You see? What’s right is right!

    • May 29, 2019 @ 1:49 at 1:49

      “palestine” and “palestinians” are just bull schmidt terms used by fake refugees, the World does not believe in Arafat’s lies with the Black September guys magically transformed in “palestinians”.
      And by the end of June you will have formal proof of this.
      People are fed up with your schemes, time to shut off the light and take up the stiff thing.

      • May 29, 2019 @ 5:07 at 5:07

        Take up your historical ignorance with the British imperialist and anti-semite, ‘Lord’ Balfour, who promised “a Jewish homeland in Palestine” to a notorious British stock-jobber in a famous ‘Declaration’ in 1917.

        Thirty years later, white antisemites at the UN handed over semitic land to other europeans and invented a little apartheid colony.


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