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Political: April 30, 2012

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The Knesset’s Labor and Welfare Committee approved for second and third reading a bill proposed by MK David Rotem (Yisrael Beitenu), chairman of the Constitution, Law and Justice Committee, and MK Robert Ilatov (Yisrael Beitenu).  The proposed bill would halve the national security stipend of Israeli citizens convicted of terrorism and jailed for more than 10 years.

(Hebrew - News1)

Political: November 4, 2011

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A legislative proposal to alter the representation of the Israel Bar Association in the Judicial Selection Committee will be up for review on Sunday in the Ministerial Committee for Legislative Affairs.  The proposal suggests that in committees in which the Bar Association has two representatives, one of them will be the chairman of the Bar Association as a representative of the majority factions, and the other will be chosen by the Bar’s opposition factions.  The proposal was put forward by the chairman of Yisrael Beitenu, Robert Ilatov, and it includes the Committees for the selection of Jewish and Muslim religious judges (Dayanim and Qadis, respectively).  A source familiar with the balance of power in the Bar Association referred to the proposal as unconstitutional, and stated that it marks an outrageous government intervention in the operation of the Bar Association – an independent statutory body – with the intent of trying to control legislative proposals and the composition of the Judicial Selection Committee.  In addition to Mr. Ilatov, the legislative proposal is signed by MK’s Uri Ariel, Ze’ev Elkin, and Yariv Levin from the Likud.

(Hebrew)

Political: 15 March, 2011

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The Internal Affairs and Environment Committee (of the Knesset, the Israeli parliament) today approved a new bill for 2nd and 3rd reading. The bill, proposed by Knesset members David Rotem and Robert Ilatov (Yisrael Beitenu), which gives the court the authority to revoke citizenship of anybody convicted in treason, in aid to the enemy at a time of war, or in spying.

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March 15th, 2011 at 10:23 pm