Government Secretary Yossi Fuchs has appealed to Deputy Government Legal Adviser Gil Limon, requesting permission for the government to independently represent itself before the High Court regarding the conscription of yeshiva students, rather than through the government's legal adviser.

Previously, Attorney General Gali Baharav Miara recommended altering the law's wording to prevent its rejection by the High Court. However, this recommendation wasn't acted upon.

Instead, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked the High Court for a 30-day extension to prepare a response. The legal adviser, in response, suggested halting funding for yeshivas.

The High Court issued a temporary ruling prohibiting the transfer of funds to yeshivas whose students are subject to conscription laws but failed to report to recruiting stations. This decision took effect on April 1 and will continue until the court reaches a final verdict.