Communications Minister Shlomo Karhi (Likud) on Sunday evening took part in an event in Moshav Zimrat, which is located near Israel’s border with the Gaza Strip, and spoke about the future of the government’s judicial reform.
"We call for dialogue and hope to reach broad agreements, but we also don't want to live in a country where a minority, which operates using force, imposes its opinion on the majority," said Karhi.
"You went out, voted and elected, and you are the ones who will decide. Therefore I am saying here clearly, if we do not manage to reach agreements, we will continue and implement the mandate we received from you. With reason and determination," he stated.
"Last week we approved the state budget in the Knesset," continued Karhi. "Even though the left and the media tried to create cracks and crises in the coalition, we proved to everyone that the right-wing government is stronger than ever. We passed a budget that looks after security, the economy, the periphery and the future of the state of Israel, and this is only the first fruits of this government. An excellent basis for stability, governance and the fight against the cost of living. We have only just begun."