Thousands of protesters camped out in Sacher Park overnight, marking the final stretch of their four day trek from Tel Aviv to the Knesset.
After a prayer service at the Western Wall on Sunday morning, the group will now prepare for Monday afternoon, when the reasonableness standard bill is set to be brought to a third and final vote in the Knesset Plenum.
As protests heated up in the midday sun, calm appeared to reign in the Knesset, with empty seats stretching across the plenum and papers piled high ahead of Monday's vote.
Scenes from Tel Aviv
Despite the thousands of people protesting in Jerusalem on Saturday night - a departure from the previous 28 weeks during which Tel Aviv was the epicenter of the weekly antigovernmental protests - plenty of people still spilled into the streets to protest, resulting in some instances, in clashes with the police.