Moshe Turpaz, an Israeli Politician and member of the Knesset for Yesh Atid Political Party, pointed out some serious changes that are going on in the Israeli Government with Benjamin Netanyahu’s taking over the position of Prime Minister of Israel after he won the recent elections.
As per the reports, Moshe Turpaz stated that the new government is causing distinct conflicts in the Israeli jurisdiction, which is not expected to end well for the nation.
He said that the ministers are being replaced and falling out of their powers or just being a puppet of the new government.
Furthermore, according to Turpaz, the education system has been compromised and handed over to the Member of Parliament (M.P) Avi Maoz even after the disputes against him.
The recent reports stated that Maoz is the one who speaks against the LGBTQ community, which is an important part of the nation. He pointed out that he had been exploiting the status of women in Israel and now will handle the education ministry of the state.
Another change pointed out by Turpaz is the appointment of Bezalel Smotrich as the Finance Minister, who seems to be not satisfied and happy with the administration powers that come with the position.
The responsibility of state education is also given to Smotrich, which is not a positive sign because he will finalise who will get the education and what will be taught in the schools and educational institutions.
Moreover, a religious and political party, SHAS has demanded and received the community centres, which will further add the duties of informal education in the appointed centres. Meanwhile, as per the reports, the exclusive authority of the Shas Ultra-Orthodox part will handle the subscriptions and educational programs.
In the end, Turpaz said, “innocence of old knowledge among the religious and secular majority on the importance of core studies and the need for optimal and rapid integration of the ultra-Orthodox sector into the labour market. It’s an integration that you won’t succeed without a knowledge base taught in primary and high school”.