Knitted news27.01.23 10:12 Thursday in the tribe of Tishpag
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A month after the inauguration of the sixth Netanyahu government, a new mandates survey shows that if the elections had been held today, the map of the distribution of mandates would have changed and there would have been a tie between the blocs.
According to the survey, conducted by the Panels Politics Institute for Maariv, if the elections were held today, the map of the distribution of mandates would look like this: Likud 31. Yesh Atid 27. The State Camp 15.
More in the survey: Shas 9. Otzma Yehudit 8. Torah Judaism 7. Religious Zionism 5. Meretz 5. Israel Beytinu 5. Havoda 4. Hadash – Ta’al 4.
The survey also shows that the Ra’am and Balad parties do not pass the blocking percentage.
Meanwhile, in a survey conducted on behalf of Channel 14 and Direct Falls, the degree of agreement among the public regarding the legal reform of Yariv Levin was tested.
According to the survey, about two-thirds of the public support limiting the tenure of the president of the Supreme Court and his deputy to 6 years.
As far as the question of changing the composition of the committee for the selection of judges, according to which there will be a majority for elected officials, 61% answered that they were in favor.
Regarding the change according to which only a majority of 80% of the supreme judges will be able to cancel laws, 59% of the public support this, and 35% oppose it.
As far as the cancellation of the reason for reasonableness is concerned, opinions are divided there, only 47% are in favor of the change in question, and 43% against.
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