Mass protests continue in Israel against controversial judicial reform. Airport Employees' Union in Israel announced that they went on strike after the government did not suspend judicial regulation. The labor union patient, the labor union at the Ben Gurion Airport in the capital Tel Aviv, announced that all flights were stopped. In the Israeli media, it was stated that the speech of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, which was scheduled for 11:00, was postponed due to the disagreement in the ruling party.
According to the news of Anadolu, the controversial judicial reform, which Israeli President Herzog and the United States and many other countries oppose, includes limiting the powers of the Supreme Court, overriding court decisions by the parliament and reducing the influence of the judiciary on the selection of judges. Within the framework of the reform, "the draft law that makes it difficult to dismiss the prime minister" was adopted in the parliamentary vote in the past few days.