Smart Take | Israeli Parliament Takes First Big Step to Curb Judiciary Powers
Wilson Center Fellow Guy Laron talks about the judiciary overhaul in Israel and the agenda of Israel’s far-right government. He discusses the mass protest movement, the various laws that will likely limit Supreme Court powers, and why the government is pushing forward such a controversial legislation package. Guy Laron is a Senior Lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Fellow with the Wilson Center's Kennan Institute and Middle East Program.
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