Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): The recent statements of the Minister of War of the Zionist regime cabinet about the controversial plan of judicial reforms raised the possibility of his dismissal by Netanyahu.
The Hebrew-language newspaper "Haaretz" also disclosed that the Prime Minister of the Zionist regime is investigating the dismissal of Yoav Galant, the Minister of War of his cabinet. The newspaper mentioned Avi Dichter, the former head of Shabak and the current agriculture minister of the cabinet, as Netanyahu's possible choice to replace Galant in the event of his dismissal.
Haaretz wrote: Netanyahu will either fire Gallant or threaten and pressure him to vote in favor of the judicial reform plan.
According to ISNA, the Zionist media reported new splits in the Likud party over Netanyahu's judicial reform program and announced that the members of this party were divided into two groups for and against this program; To the extent that Netanyahu is forced to order an urgent meeting of the heads of the ruling coalition parties.
At the same time as hundreds of thousands of Israelis protested against the judicial reform plan on Saturday night, Yoav Galant, the Minister of War of the Zionist regime, also called for an immediate halt to the process of approving the judicial reform plan and warned of the dangerous consequences of such a plan for the army and the security apparatus of the Zionist regime: "I say loudly and publicly that the judicial reform project must be stopped. The judicial system needs changes, but this requires dialogue; "Especially considering the growing divide among Israelis, which has also infiltrated the Israeli army and security services, and this is considered a direct and tangible threat to Israel's security."
Gallant's request to stop the process of approving the judicial reform plan brought the protest of Itamar Ben Goyer, the hard-line minister of internal security of Netanyahu's cabinet. Ben Guer asked Netanyahu to remove Gallant from the post of the head of the Ministry of War: "Gallant has succumbed to the blackmail and threats of anarchists who seek disobedience and use the army as a bargaining chip. I ask the Prime Minister to fire him (Gallant) immediately."
For about 12 weeks, thousands of people have been protesting against judicial reforms in the occupied territories. A draft law presented by Justice Minister Yario Levin in January, if passed, would significantly reduce the Supreme Court's powers and allow the government to control the process of appointing judges. Meanwhile, Israeli officials announced: Netanyahu directly participated in the cabinet's judicial reform plan and ignored the conflict of interest caused by the continuation of his trial on corruption charges.
On the other hand, Yair Lapid, the former prime minister of the Zionist regime, in response to the removal of Yoav Galant, called Benjamin Netanyahu a threat to Israel's security and said: He can remove Galant but he cannot deny the reality.
Also, the opposition leaders have asked the protesters of the Prime Minister's decision to gather in front of the Ministry of Defense building in Tel Aviv as a sign of protest.