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The unreasonableness of the ‘reasonableness’ rule

Caroline Glick explains what this clause is and why everyone is so angry about its overturn.

In her news analysis this week, Caroline Glick goes through the uproar over the Knesset’s legislation of constraints on the Supreme Court’s power to overturn policies based on the “reasonableness clause.”

Caroline explains what the reasonable clause is, how it was invented, what the amended law will and won’t do, and what it means for the Netanyahu government going forward. She also describes the law’s effect on the leftist insurrectionists in the streets, on the Supreme Court and on the attorney general.

If you want to cut through the media hype and understand exactly what is going on in Israel’s fight over judicial reform, do not miss this show.

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