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Protesters forcibly removed from outside Rivlin’s residence

CM 10/04/2021


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Thousands of people gathered in front of the Prime Minister’s Residence on Jerusalem’s Balfour Street on Saturday, while other small groups gathered in various locations throughout the country. Protesters demanded that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be imprisoned and called for a “government of change.”At around 11:30 p.m., police officers began forcibly removing protesters from the premises.
Marking a change from previous demonstrations, some 30 gathered outside the President’s Residence. Clashes broke out between police and the demonstrators after an attempt to hang a banner that read “Liar” on the premise.
Demonstrations were attended by members from prominent anti-Netanyahu organizations including Crime Minister, Ein Matzav, The Black Flags, in addition to activists from the Movement for Quality of Government in Israel. 
Crime Minister said that they would protest  “the whole time [Netanyahu] still resides on Balfour the protests will continue. We will be here until you leave.”

A statement by Crime Minister claimed that Rivlin gave Netanyahu the mandate “despite the majority of Israel’s citizens voting for the pro-change bloc.”
Similarly head of the Movement for Quality of Government in Israel Elad Shraga said that “Rivlin erred in value when he gave the criminal defendant the opportunity to form a government.”

Source: Jerusalem Post

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