Knesset


Likud MK Faces Indictment for Assault of Public Servant

The attorney general’s office will file an indictment against Member of Knesset Oren Hazan (Likud) for allegedly assaulting and verbally abusing a public servant, unless he requests immunity, according to…

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Bill Proposed to Prevent Forced Retirement

A bill to allow men to stay on at their jobs beyond the standard retirement age of 67 has been introduced in the Knesset, Globes reported on Sunday. Provided that…

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First-Ever Knesset Delegation to South Africa

The first Knesset delegation to visit South Africa returned to Israel this week after meeting with a range of current and former public officials and representatives of the Jewish community.…

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Knesset Sweeping Out Binary Options

The Knesset moved forward on legislation to extend the ban on binary–options trading to overseas markets as well as within Israel on Monday, Globes said. The Knesset Reforms Committee approved…

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Six MKs Ejected as Nationality Law Discussion Heats Up

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu cancelled a scheduled Knesset appearance to discuss it at the last minute Wednesday morning, citing “emergency security discussions” with top officials, but the plenum went ahead…

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Poll Shows PM, Liberman Strengthening

A new poll shows that if elections were held today, the Likud led by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu would strengthen considerably, over its current representation in the Knesset and over…

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Herzog to Remain on as Opposition Leader

Although no longer Labor chairman, MK Yitzchak Herzog will remain head of the opposition, it was decided Wednesday. That’s because the new chairman, Avi Gabbay, is not a Knesset member.…

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