Will the rule of law survive the hardball Israeli politics of 2019?

Will the most recent election lead to balancing out some of the latest trends so that conflict over the rule of law calms down a bit?

FORMER JUSTICE MINISTER Ayelet Shaked converses with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Knesset. (photo credit: Courtesy)
FORMER JUSTICE MINISTER Ayelet Shaked converses with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Knesset.
(photo credit: Courtesy)
It was May 2012 and a battle royale was about to erupt between two of the country’s key gatekeepers who were supposed to be on the same page.
The Magazine has learned that then-state comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss requested a special closed one-on-one meeting on short notice with then attorney-general Yehuda Weinstein to discuss explosive developments in the “Harpaz Affair,” an alleged 2010 plot by Boaz Harpaz to illegally undermine then-defense minister Ehud Barak’s choice of Yoav Galant to succeed Gabi Ashkenazi as IDF chief of staff.
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