Following his triumph in the Israeli Parliament elections, PM Benjamin Netanyahu proposed a phased plan of "Judicial Reforms". Approving the law of reducing the reasonability argument, which allows the judiciary to inspect the Executive Authority by granting the Supreme Court the power to intervene when the Executive Authority's performance is unreasonable and extreme, was the last phase of the plan. The Supreme Court, therefore, has the right to cancel laws or administrative resolutions under the pretext of "unreasonableness". In this piece of analysis, the repercussions of the army's rejection to deal with surrounding threats, particularly the Israeli Air Force's readiness, will be addressed.
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