|Thursday, December 5, 2019|
|Weekly Commentary: Israel Democracy Institute Fails To Advocate|
Weekly Commentary: Israel Democracy Institute Fails To Advocate Democracy
One might think from its name that the Israel Democracy Institute (IDI)
Instead they have been recently focusing their efforts to promote a
They have been spending a fortune on huge advertisements calling for the
Why would such an arrangement necessarily reflect the will of the people?
Consider an example of 3 large parties - two from one camp while the other
Each of the two large parties from one camp have 25 seats for a total of 50
The IDI program would have the leader of the camp with 26 seats become prime
That's promoting democracy?
This week Yisrael Beiteinu called for changing the rules so that under
I have reached out repeatedly to the IDI to comment. Stone silence.
This isn't the first time IDI failed.
When Ariel Sharon was elected on a platform NOT to leave the Gaza Strip and
Its unfortunate that IDI appears to favor a "the ends justify the means"
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