Hadash poster: "Netanyahu go home!"

CPI/Hadash Call for Netanyahu to Immediately Resign Premiership

The Communist Party of Israel (CPI) and Hadash (the Democratic Front for Peace and Equality) have called for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to immediately resign from his office following police recommendations to the state’s prosecution to indict him in connection with two corruption investigations. An earthquake rocked the Israeli political establishment when the police endorsed…

MK Dov Khenin during the Knesset debate

Knesset Passes Law Hushing Police Recommendations on Elite Probes

The Knesset passed legislation on Wednesday night, December 27, which prevents police from recommending the indictment of high-profile targets of criminal investigations. The legislation passed in its third reading, with 59 Knesset members voting for and 54 against the bill, following a lengthy filibuster by members of opposition parties. The newly-enacted law was brought by…

A demonstrator participating in last Saturday night’s anti-corruption protest in Tel Aviv carries one of Hadash’s anti-government placards: “When the government is against the people, the people are against the government.”

Tens of Thousands Protest against Government Corruption in Tel Aviv

Tens of thousands gathered in Tel Aviv on Saturday night, December 9, for an anti-corruption demonstration directed at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, currently being investigated in two graft probes, amidst intense efforts by his far-right government to push through the so-called police “recommendations bill.” Netanyahu’s close political ally and chairman of the coalition, MK David…

Enough! Netanyahu go home!

Communist Party of Israel: “Netanyahu Must Go!”

The Political Bureau of the Communist Party of Israel (CPI), in its most recent meeting held on Friday, August 6, discussed the status of investigations into allegations of corruption currently being conducted by the police against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Members of the bureau expressed the opinion that the ongoing probes merely reveal the tip…

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with former New York City mayor, Rudolph 'Rudy' Giuliani, an envoy of US President Donald Trump, at Netanyahu's office in Jerusalem on Wednesday, January 25.

Speaker Bars MKs from Querying Netanyahu on Police Probes

Far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded to his many critics within the Knesset on Wednesday, January 25, going on the offensive from the Knesset podium and declaring his “innocence.” MKs Dov Khenin (Hadash – Joint List) and Revital Swid (Zionist Union) of the opposition asked the prime minister questions about the various affairs for which…