The IZS initiative reflects a stream among Zionists who believe that because of the 1992 "revolution" Israel must enact a constitution now to stop the erosion in the legitimacy of Israel as a Jewish nation state, and to reign in the expanded jurisdiction of the courts over such matters.
The actions by the Eitan committee and the IDI and the IZS proposals all support Rivlin's reading of the legal situation.
Yet, in terms of our analysis, there is a huge difference between the Eitan and the IDI and IZS processes.
The IZS initiative shares the IDI weakness without having access to the expertise and process it had enjoyed.
95) IZS, "Constitution of the State of Israel: Proposal by the Institute of Zionist Strategy," English version, online: <http://www.
This is the route taken by the Eitan and the IDI and IZS processes.