Following the prime minister’s indictment, it should be clear to all: Enough is enough. Netanyahu must resign. A prime minister can not continue to function as such under an indictment. Netanyahu himself once said: “A prime minister who is submersed in investigations has got no public and no moral mandate”. If this is valid for…
The new State Comptroller Matanyahu Engelman has recently stated his intention to close the department that is dedicated to fighting corruption. We have no doubt that this act will seriously harm the fight against corruption in all levels of government.
Following the elections, the coalition negotiations started alongside ideas of anti-democratic legislation – the Passage of Overcoming, the so-called French Law, the Immunity from Prosecution Law, another law that would undermine the Gatekeepers and turn their roles into the politicians’ “positions of trust”, and more such ideas.
According to a report recently published, the testimony of Amos Gil’ad (formerly Head of The Political-Security Division in the Ministry of Defense), PM Netanyahu is the one who approved Germany’s selling submarines to Egypt.