Israel’s president says government should abandon proposed judiciary overhaul

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Israeli President Isaac Herzog said on Thursday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government should abandon proposed legislation to overhaul the country’s judiciary in favor of a model with broad national support.

The government’s proposal has sparked mass protests across Israel and Herzog has been mediating between the sides.

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“There are agreements over most issues, yes, not all, but the vast majority. Certainly enough to abandon the legislation currently proposed and bring in its place for discussion ... a different agreed upon outline,” Herzog said in a televised address.

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