For the 35th time, tens of thousands of Israelis took to the streets in an anti-government rally in Tel Aviv. RIA News.
According to the Israeli company Crowd Solutions, about 110,000 people gathered at the main protest on Kaplan Street.
The organizers of another rally blame the government Benjamin Netanyahu in the unprecedented riots in the city, which were staged by refugees from Eritrea on Saturday. As a result of their actions, more than 150 people were injured, including 50 police officers.
The Israeli parliament is on vacation, so the topic of judicial reform promoted by the government has faded into the background.
Minister of Justice of Israel Avi Nissenkorn in an address to the protesters, he said that the country was “on the verge of dictatorship.”
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