Israel: PM Yair Lapid shares schedule for protests against new administration

The prime minister of Israel, Yair Lapid, has pointed out the recent situation in the country following the expected return of Benjamin 'Bibi' Netanyahu's government back to power after the recent win in the election held in Israel, 

Israel: PM Yair Lapid shares schedule for protests against new administration (image credits Facebook)
Israel: PM Yair Lapid shares schedule for protests against new administration (image credits Facebook)

Israel:

The prime minister of Israel, Yair Lapid, has pointed out the recent situation in the country following the expected return of Benjamin ‘Bibi’ Netanyahu’s government back to power after the recent win in the election held in Israel, 

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As per the recent updates, PM Lapid has stated in his recent statement that the people and residents of the country are acting against the new government that is about to swear its responsibility. 

The crowd has lost their minds and marching to the bridges to showcase their emotions and heartburn for the new national authorities. “The people are not in favour of Netanyahu’s government”, Lapid stated.  

Furthermore, PM Lapid also pointed out that regarding the new coalition in the nation, the residents are coming forward and complaining about the things that worsen the selfish acts of the new government.

Lapid said that the government is not even in full power or sworn in until now, and the people will continue to protest against them as far as they can. 

Moreover, the Prime Minister said, “I don’t get lessons in statesmanship from you, and there is Atid that won’t shut up when they try to dismantle the Israeli democracy”.

Additionally, PM Lapid called the new government and asked a few straight questions in his statement, which read as,

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Do you want us to wait until the government comes into power with its full potential?  

He said that no one had forced the new administration yet to be sworn in to make corrupt decisions and partial laws that could affect the nation’s peace and harmony.

He asked, “What did you think? Shall we just shut up and say nothing?”.

Meanwhile, Lapid recalled the efforts that his party and he have put in to fight his opponent in the Knesset and the national courts. 

The protest will not stop, and the people will join him at the bridges to show their love for the nation. “The Israeli patriots need to do when they see that their country is in danger”. Lapid noted.

In addition, PM Lapid stated that Netanyahu is calling the peaceful protesters a “Rebellion” when his government has been exploiting the nation’s peace for the last year and a half. He has been paying corrupt and violent activists and giving charge to his own ministers.

In his statement, Lapid added, “In front of this, we planned to transfer power respectfully, with an organized overlap, all which he didn’t do a year and a half ago”, 

“Except instead of swearing a government, his cronies bent him and forced him to go out to a blitz of anti-democratic legislation”.

Lapid mentioned a few laws which Netanyahu’s government made functioning: –

Deri Law – a personal law, designed to allow a convicted felon to become a Kosher priest.

Smutrich Law – intended to transfer to the Messiah faction of the settlers the powers of the Minister of Défense.

Ben Gvir Law – meant to give a violent criminal who has been arrested dozens of times the opportunity to turn the police into political.

The law prohibiting factions from splitting – The law is meant to shut the mouth of the Likudniks who do not understand why they are overthrowing their party.

As per Lapid, the four mentioned laws do not benefit the public’s good. The rules do not even favour the people who elected them as their new government. The only story the laws tell is “Netanyahu is weak to amaze”.

PM Lapid called “Ben Gvir Smotrich and Deri as the acting managers of this administration for Israel. At our expense, they are setting up the most extreme government in the country’s history.

Lapid called his fellow protestors to join him and head out tomorrow to bridges across the country.

The list is attached here. The public is invited to join us, each with his flag, sign, and thoughts. Said Lapid. 

Maalot – a beautiful bridge view.

Nahariya – Nahariya Junction.

Carmiel – The Big Junction.

Emek Jezreel – HaEmek Hospital Bridge.

מ. A. Zebulon – Yagur Bridge.

Krayot – Tzver junction.

Binyamina – Barnitsky Junction.

Pardes Hanna – Karkur Junction.

Zichron Yaakov – Paradise Junction.

Yesod HaMaaleh – Yasod HaMaale junction.

Haifa – Center of Horev.

Hadera – Olga Bridge.

Tel Aviv – KKKL Bridge (Ayalon).

Ramat Gan – Field Champion Bridge (4).

Givatayim – Rabin bridge.

Netanya – Odim bridge.

Ramat Hasharon – the Green Village Bridge West.

Hod Hasharon – Hadar Bridge (4).

Parnassia – Pardasia Junction.

Tel Mond – Drorim Bridge (4).

Sharon Beach – Yakum Bridge.

HaSharon beach – Bazar junction.

South Hasharon – Horshim Bridge (6).

Petah Tikva – Bridge 471.

Ra’anana Kfar Saba – Ra’anana Junction Kfar Saba.

Rosh HaAyin – Even HaEzer bridge.

Modi’in – Shilat junction.

Region – the Green Bridge (44).

Yehud – Yehud Bridge.

Bat Yam – Yosepatel Bridge.

Rishon LeZion – First Bridge.

Gan Rave – Ein Kora Junction (IKEA).

Yavne – Yavne interchange bridge.

מ. A Gezer – Matmanat Naan bridge (6).

מ. A. Yoav – Kibbutz Gat Bridge (6).

Ashdod – Ashdod South Bridge (Big-Ad Halum).

Beer Sheva – the intersection of the northern entrance to the city (Reger).

Gaza Envelope – Bari Junction.

The Eilot rope – Katora Junction.

Eilat – Junction opposite the sea.

Jerusalem – Malha bridge Ramat Sharet (Golomb Blvd).

 

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