The Israeli parliament passed a law on Wednesday that virtually bans the ongoing protests. With the new law, protesters would be allowed to demonstrate no further than a kilometer from home.
The parliament in Israel approved an amendment to their COVID-19 legislation Wednesday morning. This allows protesters to demonstrate no more than one kilometer from their home. The protesters have been protesting for several months at a time. They want Netanyahu to give up his post on suspicion of corruption.
Israel announced a second lockdown last week due to rising infections. His opponents disagree with the new measure restricting protests. According to them, this law is an attempt by Prime Minister Netanyahu to end the weekly protests. The parliament, on the other hand, says the law is meant to contain the rising covid-19 infections.
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