The Hare party was afraid that early elections were on Prime Minister Binin Netanyahu's agenda, who clearly did not want to negotiate with coalition partners on a bill acceptable to Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Yisrael Beitenu's party. the Shas and Yahadut Hatorah parties.
According to the BeChadrei Chareidim report, members of the special committee dealing with a new draft law were informed on Sunday that they will meet on Thursday 30 March for the first time since the summit of the Knesset Summit. It seems that a new version of the draft law has been drafted and finished, a plan that Prime Minister Binin Netanyahu feels will satisfy all the coalition partners. According to the report, Prime Minister Netanyahu hopes that the bill will be passed and transposed into law before Hancuka.
Last month, Agetas Yisrael's Moetzas Gedolei Torah summoned to discuss the draft law for the third time last year. The council eventually amended its initial decision to withdraw from the coalition if the draft bill was approved and instructed its MK to start negotiations with the prime minister and the president of the coalition to find an appropriate version of the law.
At the meeting of coalition leaders, Deputy Minister Yaakov Litzman said that despite intense controversy, the draft law is resolvable and that members of the Knesset have an exact document from the members of the Torah Council on how to act on the issue.
According to Moetzes, "the Council instructed Knesset members to implement this decision as a clear policy." That is, to accept that even if the law is passed, students of the same class who do not wish to be registered with IDF will not be recruited.
"The Moises express the importance of Torah's inertia throughout the centuries and under all forms of government in the world, and the Jews have given their lives to tarnish the Torah and the Torah and only the Torah has save the Jewish people for thousands of years to persecute, while other peoples disappeared and disappeared. "
It is now reported that Liberman Defense Secretary has softened his view and while he initially stated that he would not accept any changes to the original text of the law, he is now expected to approve the new version that will be put on the table.
(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem),