Controversial 'cameras bill' fails to pass in Knesset

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
September 11, 2019 16:06
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The controversial 'cameras bill' failed to pass in the Knesset on Wednesday afternoon, after only 58 MK's voted in favor.

The bill would allow observers to bring cameras to polling stations but not into voting booths on Election Day.No opposition MK's voted. The Knesset's legal advisor had earlier said that the vote would need 61 votes to pass.

Justice Minister and Likud MK said that the legal advisor's ruling was wrong.

This is a developing story.

Gil Hoffman contributed to this story.


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