Israeli PM announces delay to judicial reforms after mass protests

JERUSALEM    –     Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has delayed his government’s controversial judicial reform plans until the next parliamen­tary session. He said that the country has been facing a crisis that poses a threat to national unity. Mass protests and wide­spread strikes have been tak­ing place over the plans. A key party in Netanyahu’s coalition – the far right Jewish Power party – earlier backed the delay, but only to the next legislative session

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