Following the dishonorable exploitation of the coronavirus outbreak for stalling the activity of the newly elected parliament in Israel and for silencing protests, I am putting up a black flag on this blog.
Solutions to the situation can be found. Right now everywhere in the world meetings are made, decisions are taken, and classes are taught using video conferencing solutions. Many essential services go on as usual (construction, super-markets, the army, the police not to mention hospitals and so forth); they continue to operate, taking care to follow precautions.
There is absolutely no excuse for the newly elected Knesset not to begin operating immediately in full capacity, and first things first, replace the current chairman, who is behaving in a shameful way. Later, to approve new laws and a new government, according to the decisions made by the majority of the elected parliament members, and in compliance with the law.
Hopefully, the prime minister and the government will not abuse their power to stall this process or to gain leverage beyond the power they hold in the Knesset.
Here is an article in English (note that it is an opinion piece), that contains a lot of the facts: