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After a six-month postponement: Former Minister Kahane's kashrut reform is canceled | Israel Hayom


Highlights: Minister of Religious Affairs to examine kashrut system. Will submit recommendations within 60 days of its establishment. Will include Chief Rabbinate of Israel representative in Tel Aviv, as well as other members of the Kerem Shalom community in Israel. The plan will be implemented within six months, if not sooner, according to the minister's office. The new plan is expected to be implemented by the end of the year, with the aim of solving the problem of how to make the system more efficient.

Minister of Religious Affairs Malkieli is promoting a team that will examine the kashrut system and submit the recommendations that will constitute a new program in the field The team will submit its recommendations within 60 days of its establishment

One of the core promises of the ultra-Orthodox parties was to cancel the kashrut reform of former Minister of Religious Affairs Matan Kahane. With the formation of the new government, Minister of Religious Affairs Michael Malkieli postponed its implementation for six months, and is now promoting a team to examine the kashrut system and submit recommendations that will constitute a new reform in the field of kashrut.

"As part of the policy of the new government, in which it was decided to reexamine the 'kashrut reform,' while giving due weight to the various problems as raised by the Chief Rabbinate Council of Israel, with an emphasis on appropriate solutions to the problem of 'mashgiach - mashgiach,' I decided to establish a small team to examine the problems and possible solutions," wrote the Minister of Religious Affairs.

Will establish a team to handle the training system. Michael Malkieli (Archive), Photo: Oren Ben Hakon

The team will include Ministry of Religious Affairs Director General Yehuda Avitan, Chief Rabbinate Director Yehuda Cohen, Chief Rabbinical Council representative Rabbi Eliezer Simcha Weiss, Minister of Religious Affairs representative Adv. Akiva Hofi and a representative of the Minister of Finance who has not yet been determined.

Kosher workers demonstrate in Tel Aviv against Minister Kahane and the kashrut reform, Archive

According to the plan, the team will examine the aforementioned problems, while examining the operation of kosher systems in Israel and around the world, and will submit its recommendations within 60 days of its establishment. "The aspiration to submit appropriate and appropriate legislation on the basis of his recommendations," Minister Malkieli noted.

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