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On the way to closing the sky: the government convenes for a crucial meeting Israel today

2021-01-24T14:25:41.538Z

| In the country In order to prevent further mutations of the corona virus from entering Israel, the government will discuss Prime Minister Netanyahu's proposal to prevent the entry and exit of flights from Israel for two weeks • Ganz at the beginning of the cabinet meeting: The government is convening at this time (Sunday) to vote on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's proposal that all flights to and from Israe



In order to prevent further mutations of the corona virus from entering Israel, the government will discuss Prime Minister Netanyahu's proposal to prevent the entry and exit of flights from Israel for two weeks • Ganz at the beginning of the cabinet meeting:

The government is convening at this time (Sunday) to vote on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's proposal that all flights to and from Israel be stopped for two weeks, in order to prevent further mutations of the corona virus from entering the country.

Ganz at the beginning of the cabinet meeting, today: "Lack of enforcement - only because of political interests"

Netanyahu intends to bring to the government's approval his proposal to close Ben Gurion Airport after holding a series of discussions on the subject with Health Minister Edelstein, Transportation Minister Regev, Chief of Staff Ben Shabbat, Director General of the Ministry of Health Prof. Levy, and other senior officials Transportation, Corona Commissioner Prof. Ash, Head of Health Services at the Ministry of Health, Head of the Airports Authority, Attorney General and others.

Defense Minister Bnei Gantz said at the beginning of the cabinet meeting that "the lack of enforcement is costly in human lives - just because of political interests.

He said, "I asked the Attorney General to check what can be done legally in front of public leaders who give instructions contrary to the instructions of the Israeli government. It is not possible for police officers to have to fire in the air to obey the instructions."

Meanwhile, the government today approved the proposal of the Minister of Internal Security, Amir Ohana, to appoint Gondar Katie Perry as the Commissioner of Prisons with the rank of multi-Gondar.

Perry's appointment approval comes just a week after the government did not approve it, despite Ohana's recommendation to elect her to the post.

In the same vote, Kobi Shabtai's appointment as police commissioner was approved.

Source: israelhayom

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