After no agreement was reached last Friday regarding the outline of the demonstrations during the closure, today (Tuesday) the discussion in the Constitution Committee resumed in an attempt to finally approve the amendment to the Corona Law; So that demonstrations in the public space can be restricted during a general closure.
At the same time, a left-wing demonstration is taking place in front of the Knesset, due to the vote on the amendment. Recently, it was reported that a policewoman was injured after being beaten with a stick by a demonstrator. The Israeli police said: “The police detained for questioning a suspect who attacked one of the policewomen with a stick and wounded her in the lower body and in her hand.”
At this time, the committee has already rejected most of the reservations about the bill, but the vote to approve the amendment has not yet taken place. During the hearing, MK Eli Avidar (Yisrael Beiteinu) attacked MK Shlomo Qarai (Likud) and said: “The law has not yet been passed and there are already detainees outside, in violence and against the law.” To which Qarai replied: “I would have arrested you too, you are rebelling against the government’s decisions.” In response, Avidar said: “A little pushtech is what you are. It wears a kippah? Your family is ashamed of you.”
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