Ahead of Boycott Bill, MK Gal-On proposes W. Bank labeling

July 10, 2011 16:48


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As MKs on all sides of the political spectrum prepared for Monday's vote on the "Boycott Bill," MK Zahava Gal-On (Meretz) proposed on Sunday legislation that would counter the controversial bill.

Gal-On's bill would require that all products manufactured in the West Bank be labeled as such, a law that meant to challenge the "Boycott Bill," allowing citizens to bring civil suits against people and organizations calling for boycotts against Israel or parts of Israel.

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