"If the Shin Bet law for dealing with Arab crime does not pass immediately, I call for the overthrow of the government," Lod Mayor Yair Revivo, whose brother Eli Revivo serves as the party's MK, tweeted Wednesday night.
"Get used to the fact that the coalition already has 63 members. I raised 1 and soon I will raise another 4," he added.
If the Shin Bet Law for Dealing with Arab Crime does not pass immediately, I call for the overthrow of the government. Get used to the fact that the coalition already has 63 members. I raised 1 and will soon raise another 4.
— Yair Revivo – Mayor of Lod (@Yair_Revivo) June 7, 2023
A law to amend the Shin Bet Ordinance will allow the body to assist the police in the fight against criminal crime in general, and particularly crime in the Arab sector.
This morning, by the way, the police opened an investigation upon receiving a report regarding a suspected IED found near the building in Lod.
Coordinated with his brother? MK Eli Revivo, Photo: Oren Ben Hakon
Meanwhile, the police sapper is examining the remains of the item, along with scanning the site to remove any further risk to the public, and at the end of the activity will transfer the findings to the Israel Police forensic laboratories for further extraction of evidence, as part of an investigation opened to examine the background and circumstances.
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