It isn't clear whether the request came from Sara Netanyahu herself or the Security Department at the PM's office; estimated cost of such a car is 2 million shekels
Chaim Levinson is a Haaretz correspondent, covering the Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
Previously, he was the Yedioth Ahoronot correspondent for Religious Affairs and the Orthodox communities.
Levinson received his B.A. in Social and Humanities Studies at the Open University and is currently studying for his M.A. in Interdisciplinary Democracy Studies.
The prime minister and Yoram Halevy have allegedly spoken behind the back of the national police commissioner, who is expected to be succeeded by Halevy
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Sources told Haaretz that Roni Alsheich believes Netanyahu and Jerusalem police commander conducted talks through a third party. Netanyahu's office denies the allegations
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The PM won't use his veto power to postpone a vote on the bill, which would allow the Knesset to override the court's rulings, but instead seeks a compromise
Netanyahu declined to use veto and postpone discussion after threats by coalition partners. Bill now heads to Knesset for vote
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Netanyahu and Justice Minister Shaked are due to meet on Sunday with Supreme Court President Esther Hayut to discuss limitations on the court's authority
The employee in the Prime Minister's Office admitted to committing sex offenses against several women who also worked in the premier's office, but the incidents have been kept secret
Reports say Netanyahu is no longer insisting on the so-called British model that would prevent the High Court from overturning legislation
Netanyahu reaches compromise with coalition partner and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon to discuss bill limiting the High Court's ability to block laws it deems undemocratic
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Yuli Edelstein thinks letting the prime minister give a speech will be divisive. Netanyahu plans to do it anyway
His alternatives include deportation to another African country, reopening the Holot detention facility or legislation enabling expulsion