It is expected that dialogue will continue today in Israel between representatives of the ruling coalition and opposition parties to resolve the crisis of judicial amendments
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu directed his government ministers and members of the Knesset not to make any statements regarding relations with Washington, stressing that Israel’s relations with the United States are unshakable despite the circumstantial differences.
It is expected that the dialogue will continue today in Israel between representatives of the ruling coalition and the opposition parties to find a solution Crisis of judicial amendments.
The office of Israeli President Isaac Herzog, who summoned representatives of the ruling coalition as well as the opposition parties Yesh Atid (There is a Future) and National Unity, to conduct the first dialogue session on legislation related to judicial amendments, said that yesterday’s session took place in a good atmosphere.
According to the Israeli press, Attorney General Benjamin Netanyahu was prevented from representing the Likud party in the legislative dialogue.
In his first response to US President Joe Biden, who warned that Israel could not continue the path of judicial confrontation, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel is an independent country that makes its decisions without any external pressure.
Biden had expressed his hope that Netanyahu would retract the Judicial Amendments Act. The US President also confirmed that there is no invitation for Netanyahu to visit the White House in the near term.
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