Decision on voting abroad bill postponed

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
February 14, 2010 21:05

 
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The ministerial committee on legislation delayed a decision on Sunday on a bill that would enable expatriate Israelis to vote abroad.

The bill was referred to the Knesset's governance committee headed by Justice Minister Yaakov Neeman, which will attempt to reach a compromise among the parties in the coalition over the next month.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said he would be involved personally in the efforts to find a common denominator between Labor and Shas - that oppose the bill - and Israel Beiteinu that proposed it. Kadima will host a rally against the bill at the Knesset on Monday.

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