This is not the first time Netanyahu has been villainized for a much-needed change by politicians who manipulate the narrative for their own political gains.
The judicial reform was first announced by Justice Minister Yariv Levin last Wednesday and includes several items.
Eight Israeli law faculty deans also criticized the reforms in a letter, warning they would alter the system of checks and balances.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stressed that Yariv Levin's judicial reform will be carried out "responsibly" and in a level-headed manner.
Israel Bar association president Avi Himi also took an intense line of attack against the reform, comparing the reforms to the 2021 January 6 US Capitol.
Whereas one might wish to criticize the process by which judges are selected in Israel, I would respectfully suggest that the system is fundamentally fair.
Orli Markan is set to become the third female maj.-gen. in the IDF after she was appointed as president of the military court of appeals.
The powerful Judicial Selection Committee, chaired by Justice Minister Gideon Sa'ar and which is set to replace six justices through October 2023, held its first meeting Monday night.
The Knesset also elected two women MKs for the Jewish court selection committee.
The Judicial selection committee is to be decided on Wednesday, but opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu's candidate failed to gain the confidence of his fellow Likud members.