The suggested draft amends the existing law in that it states that Israel Jewish and a democratic state, and that it is “a home that has equal rights for all of its citizens.”
In the interview, Aharish thanked the "true leader of this country," President Reuven Rivlin, because he "saw me as a person, completely equal, with no need to apologize or say thank you."
Lion acknowledged the presence of each as well as of city council members Hagit Moshe and Laura Wharton, who had been a thorn in the side of Lion’s predecessor, Nir Barkat.
Sources in Gantz's party said the event was not a press conference, and reporters would not be allowed to ask any questions.
When Shaked said the Nation-State law would not be amended, people started interrupting her and shouted furiously.
Gantz would have preferred to stay silent a little longer. There was no great strategy when he spoke for the first time on Monday morning.
True democracy means equal rights and equal duties.
Jewish Agency board reaffirms principles of Declaration of Independence
"Friends, the world has a name of that form of government that’s codified in the Nation State Law, and it’s called apartheid.”