On January 17, the media reported that the Committee for discerning eligibility to serve as a judge in the Grand Rabbinical Court submitted its recommendations to the Chief Rabbinate Council and the Committee's recommendations are as follows:
In order for a judge to be eligible in the Grand Rabbinical Court, they must meet three conditions: tenure as a judge in the Regional rabbinical court for at least ten consecutive years, a term as head of the Regional rabbinical Court and a written letter of recommendation by the President of the Supreme Rabbinical Court.
The Rackman Center turned to the Chief Rabbinate Council to reject the recommendations since this is not according to the judges law of 1955 and is therefore unreasonable.

The full letter: