Justice Ministry hasn't put law into effect, with a source saying the bylaw's publication was taking much longer than others
Israel High Court
The bill, which requires petitioners to be personally affected by the matter in their claim, is expected to be postponed at Finance Minister Kahlon's request
The bill to limit who can petition the High Court is a new and original blow against democracy in Israel
The proposed law, which the Ministerial Committee for Legislation will consider on Sunday, would restore a prior rule requiring that petitioners have been directly harmed by policies that they challenge
Rabbinate given deadline to end system requiring businesses to pay salaries of inspectors
Shai Nitzan has gone easy on a retired judge, a Prime Minister's Office employee and Netanyahu himself; how long will this continue?
Doctors would be brought to help feed prisoners whose lives are considered to be in danger, Channel 2 reports
The petitioners say Israelis might be guilty of war crimes for selling rifles to the East African country during its civil war
Deal comes after High Court justices ask why Palestinian prisoners not on strike are allowed to talk to attorneys, but not 1,000-plus strikers
Top court reduces sentence for graft charges from 4.5 years under a plea deal taht a that a lower court had rejected.