a two-tiered justice system on the West Bank
Let's get this straight: the Arabs living in Judea and Samaria are not citizens of Israel. So, they can't vote. Just like an Israeli living in the United States but who is not a citizen cannot vote. Arabs of the new Jewish neighborhoods of Jerusalem, if they opted for an Israeli ID, can vote in the city's municipal elections.
Otherwise, they have a democratic system in place. And they can enjoy justice.
They can appeal, still, to the High Court of Justice. The police, firemen and Hadassah Hospital are their's.
As long as no peace treaty has been fully worked out, and their terror continues, and their incitement continues, and their educational system is hateful, among other negatives, why shouldn't there be a two-tiered system?