March 1990. The National Unity Government led by the two major political movements, the Likud movement and the labor movement, falls into a vote of unbelief. The whole political system is in dizziness. In a short time, it was clear that the party that would be able to establish a new government would be the one who could better entice Knesset members from the opposite camp to the public confidence in their voters and cross the lines to her lap for of course, personal temptations: the "one". Then, indeed, the 'censors' began to rave and took off. The public massages the political method and sued it. Public criticism is not intended for personalities. It is mainly intended towards the very democratic method used in Israel, which enabled this humiliating phenomena and decisions of this kind. At that time, Uriel Lynn served in the role of the Constitutional Committee, Law and Law. It was clear to all members of the committee that they were responsible for changing the political method. Indeed, a large number of changes came under the committee. Party Law was transferred; It was determined that a government abortion could only be made in the vast majority of Knesset members; The Berg and Reviewed Government Law was also taken that also included the direct election component to the prime minister; The obligation to reveal coalition agreements in Scripture before Election Day; The blocking percentage, which was allowed to establish single factions in the Knesset, was uploaded; In addition, the Basic Laws of Human Rights were transferred: the Basic Law of Human Dignity and Liberty and the Law of Fire Freedom of Occupation. But, the fundamental problem of our political method remains: the overall relatively national election method. Each party, which passes the blockage, receives direct representation in the Knesset in the form of a faction in accordance with the relative part of the public's public voters who have undergone the blocking percentage. In 2019, 2020, 2021 and within 2022 we are in a new unprecedented political crisis: inability to establish a stable government and uninterrupted election rounds. Well, where does we lead the political method used in Israel today? Anyone who wants to better understand our political method, how distorted pressures are principles and what is really behind the legislation: lecturers and students in political science, jurists, judges, Knesset members and all those who are engaged in politics, or want to understand, must read this book.