Poll: An Israeli majority rejects the participation of religious people in the government
A study prepared by the Israeli Institute for Democracy and Tel Aviv University revealed Thursday that most Israelis want to form a new government without the participation of Arabs and “religious Jews” from the “Haredi” trend.
According to the results of the study, most Israelis believe that the decision of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to dissolve the parliament “Knesset”, and the early elections were motivated by personal.
The majority of Israelis also believe that Netanyahu’s claim that Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit’s decision that he could be tried or not before the elections are an intervention is baseless.
According to the study, 64 percent of Israelis favor a right-wing or center-right government, while only 27 percent favor a left or center-left government.
On the Israelis’ expectation of the nature of the government that will actually take place, a large majority of 83 percent of the respondents said it would be a right-wing or center-right government, compared to only 7 percent who expected it to be left or center-left.
The Israeli right has been ruling the country since 2001, and polls indicate it will continue its lead on left and center parties.
The poll showed that 81 percent of the Jewish public do not want Arab parties to participate, while 13 percent of Jews said they wanted it.
In contrast, 82 percent of the Arabs said they were interested in the participation of Arab parties in the next Israeli government, and 18 percent said the opposite.
Arab parties, in principle, refuse to participate in Israeli governments because they are Zionists and refuse to recognize the rights of the Palestinian people to freedom and independence.
Regarding religious religious parties, 70 percent of Israelis said they were fed up with the government, while 27 percent said they wanted to be part of it.
The government achieved the social ladder from the increase in civil service wage (Mohammad Trabelsi)
Minister of Social Affairs Mohamed Trabelsi said on Thursday that the government has achieved an agreement to increase public service pay for social peace, in a statement to Watt following the signing of the wage increase agreement.
Trabelsi added that social peace was invaluable, noting that the agreement had been arranged within the framework of the 5 + 5 Committee of the ministerial and trade union delegations.
He revealed that the agreement was reached after reaching consensus at different points and raised its main points to both Prime Minister Youssef Al-Shahed and Secretary-General of the General Union of Tunisian Labor, Noureddine Taboubi, who both blessed him and agreed on his points of articulation.
The minister pointed out that the decision to increase was part of the constructive dialogue and the common desire of both the government and the Union to reach a consensus. He pointed out that the government, in light of Tunisia’s association with previous agreements on pressure on the wage bloc, will seek to resolve its issues with its financial partners, Social and national sovereignty.
He considered that reaching the agreement represents a guarantee for the work and redoubling efforts to promote public institutions and the national economy, saying that the effort has come in order to raise the production and profitability of public institutions to win the economic woes of the country.
For his part, said Assistant Secretary-General of the General Union of Tunisian Labor in charge of public office Menem Amira, that the agreement reached the increase came after the union to fight two general strikes and before the organization of a third general strike on 20 and 21 February, confirming that the approval of the increase of civil servants is only restoration Of staff purchasing power.
He announced that a second round of negotiations would be opened in the wage increase for the civil service sector on the third installment of the increase in public service wages after two agreements were agreed upon in the agreement today.
The first installment of the increase will be calculated from December 2018 and the first part of its second installment will be paid in July 2019. The second part will be disbursed in January 2020 and a new round of negotiations will be launched in July for the third installment of the increase, Amira said.
It is noteworthy that both the government and the Tunisian General Union of Labor signed on Thursday evening an agreement to increase wages in the civil service, which abolished the organization of workers strike general planned to be carried out on 20 and 21 next February.
Launch of the new “iOS 13” from Apple next June
Apple is poised to launch a new update of its iPhone and iPad operating system, which brings a whole set of changes, including substantial modifications to how devices appear.
The company is set to unveil specific changes in iPads as well as a “dark” mode that makes it easy to see at night, according to Bloomberg.
The new iOS 13 system is expected to be unveiled at Apple’s annual Global Developers Conference in June, before it was launched with the release of new phones in September or October.
It was long expected that the company would add more changes in this year’s version, after a relatively new update the previous time, and Apple is believed to have delayed some of the biggest features it had on iOS 12 last year to improve performance and modify The operating system works so well on old phones too.
The phones will finally get “Dark” for night use, allowing the white parts of the screen to appear black and better nighttime viewing. This feature can improve the battery life of phones such as iPhone X and iPhone XS, Use low-battery OLEDs to display black screens.
In addition, Apple will update its own CarPlay feature, which allows the use of the phone in cars.
It will also display specific changes to the iPad, which can include only a new home screen for the tablet, the option to switch between different versions of the app itself, to allow people to more easily multitask, and new ways to manage files.
Apple will also provide two new services through software updates: subscription to a special magazine and the release of original and corporate video content but it is not clear whether these services will come with iOS 13 or other times.