11th week of protests: demonstrations will take place in more than 120 places today
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Amid the riots in Kfar Ori, protests against the law reform initiated by Justice Minister Yariv Levin are intensifying after Thursday's rallies. locations throughout the country from north to south, including Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Beersheba, Haifa, Efrat, Arad, Ashdod, Rishon LeZion and Eilat. The main protest will take place on Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv.
The upcoming Thursday is expected to be a “paralysis day” when many workers will go on strike.
At 6:00 pm, protesters will start marching from Dizengoff Square. In parallel with the procession, a special performance by veterans of the IDF special forces will take place. Speakers at the main rally in Kaplan will include former Bank of Israel governor Jacob Frankel and journalist Guy Rolnick, founding editor of TheMarker.
Several prominent public figures will also speak at the rally. Lawyer Bat El Valentine Blaish, Lieutenant, Reserve Major, Pasit Shih from the Religion. Zionists. Democrats” and Ile Neve, a real estate developer and one of the leaders of the military protest.
The coming week is expected to be a pivotal one for the political system as the government continues to work on legislation and move on to second and third readings before Pesach. religious coercion. Hundreds of thousands across the country will stand against them like an iron wall and support the High Court to stop the coup d'état. Every citizen must stand up and take a stand at the fateful moments of the State of Israel. Together, hundreds of thousands will save Israeli democracy.
From 17:00 the police will block traffic in the center of Tel Aviv as usual. Traffic jams are expected.
Demonstrations against law reform will also take place in Bedouin society.
The Bedouin settlement of Hora in the Negev is also on the map of protests. roadside demonstration against laws that threaten the justice system.
“We want to change and replace the face of the country. Although in the past we did not feel democracy, but today we, as citizens of the country, see it as our duty to join the struggle,” — said one of the demonstrators.
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