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Legendary past footballer Haim Revivo will be prosecuted for serious corruption offenses
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

Earthquake in Israeli football. Legendary past footballer Haim Revivo will be prosecuted for serious corruption offenses subject to a hearing. Arnon Giladi, a member of the Tel Aviv City Council and former Deputy Mayor, will also be charged with bribery, fraud and breach of trust subject to a hearing. This is what the prosecutor's office announced on Tuesday in a 1803 case in which it has already been decided to prosecute MK David Bitten (Likud). According to the suspicions, as of November 2003, Giladi serves as a member of the Tel Aviv City Council and throughout the relevant period...

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Jun 2, 2020

 Netanyahu: Chief procecutor Mendelblit government's coup d'etat was revealed to its full extent
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

Prime Minister Netanyahu said that the Mendelblit government's coup d'etat was revealed to its full extent. In a Facebook post, Netanyahu wrote that amazingly and shamefully, senior Justice Department officials urged him to resign as a condition that he could defend himself against the unfounded indictment that Mandelblit had violated. The prime minister also wrote that Mandelblit is trying to overturn the democratic decision of millions of citizens who elected him to the prime minister, as well as the decision of eleven Supreme Court justices who determined he could serve in his post....

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Jun 30, 2020

approved: a law which allows the government to declare restrictions without parliament approval
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

Israeli democracy - disabled. On the night between Wednesday and Thursday, the Knesset plenum approved the law, also known as the "Great Corona Law," which will allow the government to declare restrictions on Corona without waiting for Knesset approval. 48 voted for the law, 35 opposed, and no one abstained. Contrary to the original intention, which would have allowed the government to bypass the Knesset and issue immediately valid orders, the proposal formulated in the Law, Constitution and Justice Committee requires approval of regulations from the relevant Knesset committees, although...

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Jul 22, 2020

Liat Ben-Ari the prosecutor in the Netanyahu cases on suspicion of construction offenses
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

The Deputy State Attorney and the prosecutor in the Netanyahu cases, Liat Ben-Ari, was recently summoned for questioning together with her husband Aviv Shviki, on suspicion of construction offenses in a property registered in their name in Rosh HaAyin. According to the municipal inspectorate, Ben-Ari is suspected of splitting the apartment she owns into two housing units without a permit, which could be considered a criminal offense. The Ministry of Justice denied Ben-Ari's summons to a hearing, but the Rosh HaAyin municipality confirmed the details to Haaretz. This is a hearing before an...

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Aug 12, 2020

Companies in the business sector have joined the "Women's strike" on Sunday: women are no man's land
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

A number of companies in the economy have joined the "Women's strike - women and girls are not no man's land" event, which is scheduled to take place the next day (Sunday) at 12:00. This follows demonstrations all ove r the country following the incident in Eilat, in which about 30 men allegedly raped a 16-year-old girl at a hotel. As part of the event of identification with the victims of sexual assault, the resident is currently working. Among the companies that announced that they would participate in the event: Psagot Investment House, which said that "its employees were shocked to...

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Aug 23, 2020

Demonstrators against Netanyahu moved to Tel Aviv but surprisingly  police refrained from violance
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

The demonstrators against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu moved the demonstration from Balfour Street in Jerusalem to Tel Aviv on Thursday evening. About 1,000 protesters marched in the city without permission from the police. Hundreds of policemen from the Tel Aviv district deployed in the area with increased forces and announced that the protesters had dispersed - but did not use force against them. As a result of the march, the Azrieli junction was briefly blocked, and before that, Ibn Gvirol Street in the section between Arlozorov Street and Jabotinsky Street. Police in riot gear...

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Aug 27, 2020

15,000 demonstrated against Netanyahu - in Herzelia intersection a car driver waved with a gun
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

About 15,000 people demonstrate against government corruption in front of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's residence in Jerusalem and in front of his private home in Caesarea, for the tenth week in a row. More than a thousand people marched from the string bridge in the city to the main demonstration in Balfour, and later Breslav followers also joined the protest. Police have arrested two suspects for disorderly conduct. One of them was arrested on suspicion of throwing a bottle at police officers on the spot. Demonstrators in Balfour call "we are the majority, we have taken to the...

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Aug 29, 2020

S&P announced it had downgraded Teva's credit rating by one level - from BB to junk bonds
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

The rating company S&P announced last night that it had downgraded Teva's credit rating by one level - from BB to BB - which is a rating of junk bonds and 3 levels lower than an investment rating. S&P, which set a stable rating outlook, justified the downgrade by an increase in the legal risk that Teva faces (+ 0.66% 9.19) and its exposure to the payment of substantial sums in lawsuits related to claims of marketing policies that increased the narcotics-opioid epidemic that caused 400 deaths. -2017; Coordinated price and tender affair in the U.S. generic drug market and in the case of...

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Sep 5, 2020

The heavy heat also did not deter demonstrators: thousands showed up to protest all over Israel
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

The heavy heat also did not deter the many demonstrators, who went out to protest this afternoon (Saturday) for the 11th week in a row over 300 bridges and intersections across the country over the conduct of the government and its leader - Benjamin Netanyahu. Demonstrators also gathered in front of the prime minister's residence on Balfour Street in Jerusalem and the streets of Ben Maimon, Gaza, Paris Square, Agron, King George and Keren Hayesod in the capital were blocked. Around 20:00, the demonstrators began marching to Balfour Street via Jaffa Street. Hundreds of activists for the...

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Sep 5, 2020

Thousands Protested against Netanyahu all over Israel - in Jerusalem 5 demonstrators were arrested
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

Jerusalem police dispersed thousands of protesters in Paris Square last night. Thousands came to Jerusalem to demonstrate against the prime minister under the auspices of the non-approval of the Corona Law which was supposed to limit the number of protesters. Thousands came to Paris Square and most maintained regulations that included wearing masks and keeping distance. The Crimean Ministerial Movement said that at a quarter to ten the police violated, without prior notice, the Supreme Court ruling and violently dismantled the public address system. During decomposition protesters hit...

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Sep 26, 2020

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