Israel Parliament agrees to limit demonstrations | Abroad


The law, passed by 46 votes to 38, was intended as part of a package of measures passed on Friday. But the debate on the new rules was delayed because the Netanyahu government struggled to get a majority.

The new law prohibits Israelis from demonstrating further than 1 mile from home and is part of the second lockdown that took effect in Israel on September 18. Despite that lockdown, thousands of people took to the streets in recent days to demonstrate against Netanyahu.


Netanyahu is engaged in a corruption process. He has been charged with fraud, bad faith and bribery. He is also under fire for his approach to the corona crisis. To date, more than 1,500 Israelis have been killed by the virus from China.

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