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    • Haim Buzaglo
    • 02.03.07 | 13:49 (IST)

    Since when has the Israeli government was made up of just by one party? It is disingenious to bring this bogus argument that imagine if Shas will form the Government; what an ephemeral concept; it will never happen. Just ask Ben-Gurion, Begin and Peres, the Government in Israel is a assemblage of number of parties with various agendas, and the Laws that the legislate, are the product of a lengthy compromises and debates. On the garbage bags that you might collect in the offices of the Government you may find many proposals of all kinds that were sent to the shredding machine. Like there is an organic restriction on the Legislators, as I explained by the bias of disputes arguments and counter-proposals and compromises, so is the Judiciary ought to be restricted for the sake of freedom from monolithic ideological Justices. Just read reflexion on this probability from Roman Ciceron to Breindess and Holmes. There is always a need of check and balance, now because of the peculiarity of choosing the Justices, there is more risks to get our freedoms abused "legally", than a Knesset legislating a law that if the public does not like it, will manifest its dislike.

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    First published 00:00 02.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 02.03.07
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