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Protesters plead for EU intervention over Israel's judicial reforms 'before it is too late'


Under the proposed reforms, a simple majority of Israeli lawmakers will be able to override rulings issued by the country's Supreme Court.

Added on the 08/03/2023 17:59:53 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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