Elkin: We will bring 'Boycott Bill' to a vote

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July 11, 2011 09:17

 
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Coalition chairman Ze’ev Elkin (Likud) on Monday told Army Radio that he has decided to bring the "Boycott Bill" to a vote in its second and third (final) readings.

"We have decided to bring the bill to a vote," MK Ze'ev Elkin said.

The “Boycott Bill," sponsored Elkin, would allow citizens to bring civil suits against persons and organizations that call for economic, cultural or academic boycotts against Israel, Israeli institutions or regions under Israeli control.

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