With one controversial, unqualified government appointment, Israel stands ready to undermine the professionalism values of its civil service. In fact, it’s supposed to happen today.
A dramatic decision has been made this week at the Knesset plenum, affirming to pass all authorities concerning Ottoman Associations and Societies (Agudot Ottmaniot) to the Ministry of Justice, from whence they will be handed over to the Associations Register (Rasham Ha’amutot)!
The plea bargain signed with Menasheh Arbiv, former head of police unit Lahav 433, is nothing but shame and disgrace for the Prosecution Office.
Our Head of Litigation, adv. Tomer Naor explaines in an interview to i24NEWS English, how all the ongoing cases surrounding PM Benjamin Netanyahu affect all of us: (Watch the video)
Cases 1000 and 2000: The Police announcement according to which there is an evidentiary basis to indict Prime Minister Netanyahu with charges involving a breach of integrity, ignored another aspect of the affair – a minor thing called the “Anti-Trust Law”, a law designed to promote and protect competition in a host of spheres in…