Knesset Speaker Levin: Democracy is preferable to interfering judges and bureaucrats

Moran Azulay |
Published: 04.06.21 , 16:35
Speaking at the opening of the 24th Knesset, Speaker Yariv Levin said that "the shortcomings of democracy are many, including the disagreement over a long and stable tenure of the institutions of government, but democracy and was and still is preferable to any other alternative."
"It is preferable to the rule of bureaucrats who use their power to sabotage the government's policies, it is preferable to the rule of judges intervening without constitutional authority."