Talks aimed at reaching a broad agreement over the government’s controversial judicial overhaul legislation were set to renew at the President’s Residence on Monday, a day after the Labor party withdrew its negotiating team claiming that deals were being secretly reached behind its back.
Negotiating teams from the Yesh Atid and National Unity opposition parties were scheduled to hold talks with representatives of the coalition for “concentrated and in-depth” negotiations, according to a statement from President Isaac Herzog’s office on Sunday.
The latest talks will “deal with the core issues,” after previous rounds focused on procedural matters and establishing trust between the sides, the statement read.
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