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The committee of heads of universities stopped the shutdown of studies

Update 27/3/2023 time 21:00 p.m. The heads of the research universities are announcing tonight that after the statement of the Prime Minister on the delay of the legislation and entry into the process of negotiations - the universities will return to full and regular activity tomorrow

Update 27/3/2023 time 21:00 The heads of the research universities are announcing this evening that after the statement of the Minister of State on the delay of the legislation and entry into the process of negotiations - the universities will return to full and regular activity tomorrow. "We expect that the future legislation dealing with the legal changes will be accepted with broad agreement." said in the message.

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The university presidents' committee suspended studies following the crisis

In a statement published tonight, the heads of the universities stated that this was done "on the background of the continuation of the legislative process that undermines the foundations of Israeli democracy and endangers its continued existence."

At the end of a special meeting held last night by the heads of the research universities in Israel, it was decided: the research universities in Israel will stop studies starting this morning.

Below is the wording of the decision:

"We, the heads of Israel's research universities, presidents, rectors and managements, will stop studies in all of Israel's research universities starting tomorrow morning, against the background of the continuation of the legislative process that undermines the foundations of Israeli democracy and endangers its continued existence.

We call on the Prime Minister and the members of the coalition to stop the legislation immediately and immediately enter into litigation in order to reach an agreed and broad outline."

The University Heads' Committee includes the heads of eight research universities: Haifa University, the Technion, Tel Aviv University, the Weizmann Institute, the Hebrew University, Ben Gurion University, Bar Ilan University and Ariel University.

A statement by the RA regarding the legal changes

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  1. It's amazing to see the right-wing whiners complaining about the Deep State and all the unknown financiers
    Entities like Kohelat which operates in the dark (Deep?) and Israel Today are funded by American billionaires and Channel 14 is funded by Russian money (the Russians do know what is bad for Israel). The disqualifier in Momo?
    And complain about a court that all it tells them is 'when you enact laws they should be the same for everyone' and not biased in one direction or another.

  2. Trump destroyed the Supreme Court? in what way?

    In any case, once again the left's hypocrisy screams to the heavens. It is allowed to appoint a clear political activist like Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and cheer for every decision she makes, but it is not possible to do it from the other side of the political map?

    At the moment, the last appointment to the US Supreme Court through the Democrats, is a woman (Katanji Brown Jackson) who is unable to define what a woman is because "it's complicated" and because "I'm not biological". That is, someone who does not have a moral backbone to stand up and defend her positions on such a basic matter, not to mention clearly uncomplicated. Is she a worthy appointment? According to the current administration, apparently so. She holds three extremely important qualities for the current administration: 1. She is a woman (although she is unable to define what that is). 2. She is black. 3. She will do exactly what the progressive hive mind tells her.

  3. We saw that in the USA Trump succeeded in destroying the Supreme Court through the political appointments. It is not worth importing it to Israel

  4. A certain political camp screams "d-mo-kert-ya!" Demonstrations are well funded by more or less unknown foreign parties, and they deliberately ignore the fact that in Israel the will of the people has not been expressed for a long time, and that it is no longer really democratic. This was already emphatically expressed when Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was prevented from representing himself and his government at the High Court, because the Attorney General did not agree to represent him - and the High Court ruled that for this reason he could not be represented.

    The situation has worsened in recent years and now the government is not in the hands of the government (which from the beginning, in all the years of the country's existence) rested on a coalition majority as a more or less weak one, but in the hands of the judicial system, and in the hands of law-breaking police and prosecutors who carry out illegal wiretapping, and start and continue investigations They politicize any truth they want, and rudely and effectively frustrate the work of elected officials.

    We all wonder how the great riot and the loss of democracy took place in Italy in the XNUMXs and in Germany in the XNUMXs, and how no one stopped it - and now we have a demonstration. In Israel, and the USA, and Canada, and Australia and the European Union. Each of these with its own special variations.

  5. There was an opportunity for the protestors to reach the Knesset committees. The story here is failure to receive election results in combination with a semi-military coup by a junta that in the election test does not pass the blocking percentage.
    A very serious incident.

  6. The attempt to abolish democracy in Israel is a political step because it is not in the consensus and therefore bodies that are supposed to maintain the consensus must speak out.

  7. Who are you to shut down institutions due to a political opinion? You are insurgents, not disabled, and you have a serious criminal case.

  8. Insolence, these institutions are funded by the government from the taxes of everyone who will resign and return their wages.
    The dictatorial left that controls all the unelected institutions has never stopped controlling the country and they say there is no deep state

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