Kadima to introduce no confidence vote over judicial bill

November 13, 2011 14:15

Kadima will introduce a no confidence vote in the Knesset on Monday, saying the government is attempting "to execute political power over the judicial and communications systems" in Israel, the party announced in a press release on Sunday.

According to Kadima, the Likud Party is threatening the foundations of democracy in Israel, which rooted in the balance of power between the legislative and judicial branches and in the right to free speech. 

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