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The protests and strikes that have paralyzed the Jewish state for over a month were not aimed at democratizing Israeli politics. According to Lóránt Sümeghi, a senior analyst at Századvég, the left is working on taking long-term control of the legislative branch to compensate for the real political needs of an increasingly right-leaning society. Sümeghi also stated that the Jewish state’s most right-wing government to date launched a comprehensive initiative earlier this year to restore Israeli democracy by rebalancing the country’s dominant power structures. Reports on the proposed reform led to strong criticism from some of Europe’s leading politicians, as well as the Jewish state’s most powerful ally, US President Joe Biden. The policy statements issued by HSBC, JP Morgan and Moody’s on the economic damage that the reform could bring have also been published. According to the analyst, this, along with the identities of the protest leaders, proves that most of the pressure on Netanyahu does not come from the Israeli people.