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The party feared that the opposition would delay the law that should regulate the revelry in Miron, and the discussion of the law that could help Netanyahu finance his trial was postponed until after the Knesset recess

Netanyahu: Out of national responsibility, I decided to suspend the legislation in order to reach a broad consensus (Leam)

The coalition will not vote on the gift law as planned, following pressure from Torah Judaism.

The members of the party today turned to the heads of the coalition and expressed fear of the opposition's threat, according to which they will "block" the Miron Law, which was intended to regulate the revelry in Miron in Lag Ba'Omer, only because of the promotion of the gifts law. In the coalition, due to the criticism, they decided to remove it from the agenda and postpone the vote on it until the next session of the Knesset in a little while More than a month.

Tomorrow there was supposed to be a committee discussion and vote on the law, and on Sunday, just before the Knesset went into recess, the Knesset plenum was supposed to approve it in the first reading. The "Gifts Law" or the Donations Law, will allow Knesset members, including Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Receive donations to finance legal or medical procedures.

Almost two weeks ago, the Knesset committee began discussions on the public service bill (amendment - contribution to finance legal proceedings or medical treatment and reporting obligation) by Knesset member Amit Halevi from the Likud.

During the hearing, the legal advisor to the Knesset committee, attorney Arbel Astrakhan, and the deputy ombudsman expressed their opposition to the law on the grounds that it constitutes "an opening for governmental corruption."

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and MK Moshe Gafni in the Knesset (Photo: Flash 90, Olivier Fitoussi)

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