The Movement for the Quality of Government Petitioned the High Court Against Restricting Demonstrations – Channel 20


The Movement for Quality of Government petitioned the High Court today (Wednesday) against the law restricting demonstrations. According to the movement: The petition presents a grim picture of a serious and serious violation of a fundamental right that actually defines what democracy is. “

The movement also noted: “Limiting the location of the demonstrations to a distance from the demonstrator’s residence includes the cancellation of the demonstrations in front of the official prime minister’s residence, thus canceling the message of the demonstration which is largely addressed to the prime minister, who is accused of pure crimes.”

It was also said in the movement that the decision on a close closure was made contrary to the professional factors, and thus relies on the words of Minister Yizhar Yishai who considered resigning following the decision to close the closure in full. “In addition, according to reports, the decision on the tight closure in its current form was made contrary to all professional factors. Minister Yizhar Shai, who attended the Corona Cabinet discussions, said that” “An epidemiological fact presented to them was to bring an end to the demonstrations against the prime minister suspected of serious crimes,” the movement said.

Yizhar Shai

The Movement for the Quality of Government requests the High Court to repeal the clauses restricting demonstrations to a distance based on place of residence, and in the format of groups of up to 20 people. In addition, the movement requests in the petition an order to publish the latest data that served as a basis for the amendment. Entry into force of the amendment.

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