- Israel’s President Isaac Herzog has called for immediate negotiations to resolve the country's political crisis.
- Netanyahu's government delayed the controversial judicial overhaul after months of protests and a general strike.
- Herzog urged Netanyahu and opposition leaders to appoint negotiating teams to find a compromise.
- The US government welcomed the delay and may invite Netanyahu to the White House next month.
- Protests for and against the government's overhaul plans continue.
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Israel’s president calls on leaders to start talks to solve political crisis
Israel's President Isaac Herzog urges political leaders to start talks to resolve political crisis after the government delays a controversial judicial overhaul following mass unrest and a general strike.