Change means change, not using the exact same methods that one vehemently opposed and viewed as invalid and even anti-democratic while in the opposition.
Palestinians ready to resume peace talks ‘under any circumstances’
The first thing Israel needs to do is to acknowledge the problem and admit the image has been handled poorly. Then it needs to raise public relations importance.
The study found that 60% of Israelis had difficulty trusting the former government because it decided that the protocols of its covid cabinet would be classified for 30 years.
Justices sounded highly critical of the police for the slow pace of fixing errors they were making in improperly invading the privacy of suspects regarding cell phones and other electronic devices.
Sa’ar proudly displayed Netanyahu’s signature on a Likud-sponsored bill during the tenure of then-prime minister Ehud Olmert that was aimed at blocking him from making a comeback.
"We already beat the coronavirus," Netanyahu said. "We brought millions of vaccines, and we need two million more to protect seniors now. What are they waiting for?"
Netanyahu simply spews criticism of Bennett’s and Lapid’s political moves over the media, without filters, and without a single grain of self-consciousness. It is embarrassing.
"The state of Israel is in trouble," said Lapid as he blamed the situation on the past government which had been headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Gantz will be up all night at the Knesset, voting on bills and amendments, enduring three nights of Likud filibusters aimed at exhausting the coalition.