The apostille certification procedure, published online by the Judicial Authority, is invalid by design. Its outcome should be considered a simulated apostille certification [Ishur Le-Mar'it Ayin] of judicial records, relative to the Hague Convention (1961). It is part of a wider pattern of compromised integrity of the electronic records of the Supreme Court of the State of Israel and refusal of the Chief Clerk to assume accountability for the Supreme Court's records. Computing experts are readily available in Israel, who could examine and provide solutions. However, resolution of false records, already entered in the system, is likely to require the establishment of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Chief Justice Dorit Beinisch, Chief Clerk Sarah Lifschitz, Supreme Court of the State of Israel
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Jerusalem, February 19
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