Report: Likud MKs express misgivings over latest proposal to change how judges are selected

According to Channel 12 reporters, at Likud’s faction meeting several MKs are expressing their opposition to the current proposal to change the selection process of Supreme Court justices.

MKs David Bitan and Avi Dichter are expressing reservations about the plan, with Bitan saying he’ll vote in favor but “this is the last time we are not consulted” while Dichter has wondered out loud why the coalition “wants to control all three branches [of government].”

Meanwhile, Hanoch Milwidsky and Moshe Saada are expressing anger at what they perceive as a too-soft proposal.

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