Netanyahu and Deri's answer:
'Detention facilities for illegal infiltrators to reopen'

PM Netanyahu, Minister Deri to push for the Overrule Clause following failure to deport infiltrators to third country.

Arutz Sheva Staff,

Deri and Netanyahu
Deri and Netanyahu
Hillel Meir/TPS

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Interior Minister Aryeh Deri spoke on Tuesday evening following the refusal of the third countries to accept the infiltrators under conditions demanded by Israel.

The Prime Minister's Office said that Netanyahu and Deri agreed to immediately prepare for the reopening of the detention facilities for infiltrators, to advance the Overrule Clause in order to enable their operation, and to promote additional means to solve the problem.

The State Attorney's Office submitted an update to the Supreme Court on the petition against the expulsion of infiltrators, according to which there is currently no plan for the removal of infiltrators.

"At this stage there is no possibility of involuntary deportation to a third country," the statement read. It further noted that since last Wednesday "the hearings have been suspended in accordance with the deportation procedure, and accordingly, no further decisions regarding removal to a third country will be made at this time."

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