Petition to Freeze the Expansion of the Israeli Cabinet was Rejected
A petition to freeze the expansion of the cabinet proposed by the Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, was rejected by the High Court of Justice, the Times of Israel reports. It was the Yesh Atid party that criticized Netanyahu’s initiative to expand the government and thus petitioned the court.
The request of Yesh Atid was rejected, but no ruling on the complaint about the legislation is done yet. As the source reports, the court is expected to issue a final ruling on whether it will intervene in the proposed legislation at the end of the week.
This, however, means that the bill will be put on the Knesset voting.
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