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'The judicial appointments this evening express the human as well as jurist common sense we so need as a society and which has been so direly absent from the highest judicial echelon.'
There are four vacancies on the Supreme Court bench to be filled.
Trump clearly said, 'As far as settlements, I’d like to see you hold back on settlements for a little bit.'
"Half a million Jewish residents... deserve to live normal lives like those in Kfar Sava and Tel Aviv."
Shaked says it's time to build a new town.
Supreme Court President Justice Miriam Na'or makes sure the cases that deal with settlements would usually receive panels with an anti-settlement majority.
A source inside the Trump White House reportedly stated that the new Administration has no inclination to intervene in Israeli policy, or to thwart the sovereignty legislation.
Netanyahu objects to annexing Ma'ale Adumim at this point, because he is weary of offending the new president by taking for granted his approval to such a sea change.
"It is obvious the Jewish community has every right to be here, including by right of purchase," Justice Minister Shaked said while touring Hebron.
Shaked said the sellers would have received 'very high returns' for their land. 'They would have been compensated very well. But they're afraid to sell because of the threat of the death penalty.'
MK Bezalel Smotrich said, 'Apparently, had Netanyahu been in charge instead of Ben Gurion, we would not have had a state. Ben Gurion had courage, he established a state against all odds.'
'A judicial branch that intervenes in the legally created product of the legislative or executive branches is not adhering to the democratic model and it is our duty to bring it back on track.'
Both Minister Moshe Kahlon (Kulanu) and Coalition Chairman David Bitan (Likud) warned that the bill would be suspended should it meet resistance from the Supreme Court.
The 'Regulation Law' now goes to the Knesset for consideration after passing the government coalition.
A whopping 25 out of Netanyahu's 30 Knesset Members have signed a commitment to pass the Arrangements Act, which would force a war between the government and the high court.
The committee began its investigations in 1995, following bloody clashes in Passover of 1994, between the followers of a Yemenite Rabbi and police.
Clinton, Bush and Obama all pledged on their campaign trails to move the embassy to the "eternal city."
Shaked is spearheading several concurrent moves, all of which have provided the context for a proposed bill to deprive the Supreme Court members of the Judicial Appointments Commission of their veto power over candidates.