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'After 50 years, it's time for the legislator to deal with our 450,000 representatives countrywide whose status is still suspended.'
MK Boker says government funding for fire buffer lines could have prevented injuries and property damage.
The threat was intended to pressure Likud to make sure all the coalition partners indeed show up to support the bill.
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.
Netanyahu told cabinet ministers that relations with Washington are “solid” and would continue to be strong with either Hillary Clinton or Donald J. Trump in the White House.
MP Eichenberger-Walther is the head of a European association for fighting BDS, and emphasized during her meetings that she is ceaselessly working to improve relations between Switzerland and Israel.
On the eve of Yom Kippur, October 11, which also happened to be National Coming Out Day in the US, someone at the Israeli embassy in London raised the rainbow flag together with the Israeli national flag.
After an ultimatum by Jewish Home party head Naftali Bennett, PM Netanyahu agreed to ask the High Court for a 6-month delay on the demolition of Amona.
The High Court continues to take notice of Shaked, and has been noticeably mindful of the need to avoid unnecessary friction with a Justice Minister who is probably the most popular minister in Israel.
Russia's deputy prime minister visited Israel's agricultural research center with Minister Uri Ariel.
The court has ordered the final date for the evacuation of the entire outpost to be no later than December 25 this year.
Outraged residents of Amona and Ofra are denouncing the Likud government that is enforcing a court order to demolish their homes.
Taking for himself the credit that mostly belongs to the gregarious Transport Minister, Netanyahu said his Government has invested almost $9 billion in a massive expansion of highways and railways.
The daily Yated Ne'eman cited MK Moshe Gafni (UTJ) who accused Katz of acting out of revenge rather than caring for the services of his ministry.
The order for the technical teams to abandon the work sites was given after they had taken apart some of the rails, so that there was no way to resume service Saturday night.
The rightwing parties could possibly combine their numbers to boycott either Kahlon or Lapid, or both, from the future coalition government.
The law would allow the Prime Minister to concentrate on his job instead of the constant minor investigations the police are always opening and closing, on the other hand...