Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Thousands of Israelis protested against the bill after the immigration of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was brought to the agenda. Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Likud's work on the proposed bill, the Supreme Court said it would include the limitation of powers.
On April 9, Netanyahu came first in the polls for the fourth time. Netanyahu-related corruption files will not be examined if the possible bill, in which the opposition stands firmly, passes through parliament.
The protestors suggested that Netanyahu became authoritarian, with almost all of the opposition parties involved. The demonstrators stated that they would not allow Netanyahu to be a dictator.