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Netanyahu needs to go, Israel needs a reset - opinion

It is sad to say, but Netanyahu today is a danger to the State of Israel. Even his longtime supporters must recognize that this country is more important than this prime minister.

Israeli High Court hearing on whether Netanyahu can form next government despite indictment he faces

Justices halt Netanyahu’s illegal vote on justice minister

High Court freezes appointment of Likudnik and Regional Cooperation Minister Ofir Akunis, may be on the verge of appointing Defense Minister and Blue and White chairman Benny Gantz

Israel needs to appoint a justice minister - opinion

There is no apparent reason other than personal interest to explain Netanyahu’s stubborn refusal to fill this critical position.


A-G to High Court: Gov't must appoint justice minister within days

Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit updated the High Court of Justice on Sunday that the government must appoint a new permanent justice minister within days.


AG to High Court: Gov't must appoint justice minister within days

It remains unclear what Mandelblit meant: Does the responsibility fall to the government, or the High Court? And can't the request wait until May 2?

A screen capture of the live stream feed from a hearing at the High Court of Justice

High Court: Not nixing Netanyahu as unfit to be PM - at this time

The justices' position echoed Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit's position from Monday night in which he came closer than ever to declaring Netanyahu unfit, but still avoided crossing that line.

People listen to speakers at George Floyd Square after the verdict in the trial of former Minneapoli

US launches probe of Minneapolis police after Chauvin conviction

The probe is the first major action of Attorney General Merrick Garland, after President Joe Biden vowed to address systemic racism in the United States. I

President Reuven Rivlin (C) and Central Elections Committee Chair Hanan Melcer (R) view ballots

Deputy chief justice Hanan Melcer retires

Rejects Israeli-Arab free speech objection to police cyber unit actions

Israel needs judicial reform - after a new gov't is sworn in - opinion

There’s no question that the rules of the game need to be changed – but this should happen only after the current game has ended and a government is sworn in.

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