National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir said the proposal had been delayed for several weeks.
A powerful partner in the government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that the judicial reform being carried out by the Executive was delayed for at least several weeks.
National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir says he has agreed to delay the legislation until parliament meets for its summer session on April 30.
There was no immediate confirmation from Netanyahu.
In a statement, Ben-Gvir said the interim period would give time to reach a compromise deal with the political opposition.
But he said that if no agreement is reached, the package would be approved in the summer session.
Ben-Gvir has been a leading proponent of reform, and his statement could pave the way for Netanyahu to announce a delay.