The movement for religious freedom and equality conducted a survey which showed that 79% of respondents oppose the adoption of the Basic law on the study of the Torah and the amendments to the Law on appeal. On Tuesday, March 6, reports the website of the INN.
Opponents of these legislative initiatives are 88% of the electorate of the party «Bytes Yehudi», 81% of voters Likud and 91% of voters of the party «Kulanu».
Respondents were asked the question: «the ultra-Orthodox parties are threatening not to support the state budget, and require to adopt the Basic law on the study of the Torah and to change the Law on conscription to the study of the Torah was recognized as the highest value, and yeshiva students were exempted from military service, contrary to the decision of the Supreme court. What is your opinion about the requirements to pass these laws?».