Yariv Levin makes the case against Judicial Reform in Israel

One of the concerns about the current Israeli government’s proposed Judicial Reform legislation is that we could find ourselves subject to Tyranny of the Majority once the government weakens the Supreme Court’s powers to keep the government’s executive and legislative powers in check.

This headline in Times of Israel today basically reinforces those concerns, and makes a good case against this Judicial Reform legislation. If Justice Minister Yariv Levin’s attitude is anything to go by, concerns about Tyranny of the Majority will be well-founded.


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