In this week’s “Israel Insider,” Ashley Perry discusses how the prospect of judicial reform has prompted unprecedented internal opposition in Israel. Why has a compromise not yet emerged? What are the next steps in order for it to happen?
Perry served as an adviser to Israel’s minister of foreign affairs and deputy prime minister from 2009-15; he has also worked in the Prime Minister’s Office and with Israel’s ministers of intelligence, defense, tourism, energy, national infrastructure and water, agriculture, internal security, immigrant absorption, as well as with the chairman of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee. He has served as director of communications for presidents, prime ministers, and political parties outside Israel and served as an adviser and consultant to many governments, public figures and organizations.