Democracy

A Constitutional Regime of Clay

Israel’s constitutional regime has endured frequent shocks. Particularly memorable is the peculiar change allowing the existence of a “rotation government,” in which there is both a sitting prime minister and an alternate prime minister. But the list of such changes is long. Israel’s Basic Laws: The Government, The Knesset, The State Economy, The State Budget, The Nationality Law and others have been amended dozens of times in recent years. By…
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