Israeli President Isaac Herzog has stated that there is a positive dynamic in the negotiations of Israel's main political forces regarding judicial reforms.
“In the last few days, we have had a number of meetings with the representatives of the coalition and the opposition. There is hope to reach tangible agreements and find a compromise solution,” added the President.
Herzog noted that his team will do its best to respond to the concerns and demands of the Israelis.
Mass demonstrations against judicial reforms in Israel have not stopped for several months. Hundreds of thousands of citizens are protesting the policies of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Government, claiming that he is trying to usurp power and control the judiciary.
Israel's Prime Minister recently announced that the judicial reforms that have sparked mass protests in the country are being put on hold until the summer to prevent public division and find compromise options to resolve the differences.