Hotovely pushes Levy's report on W. Bank over Sasson's

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July 9, 2012 18:49

 
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MK Tzipi Hotovely (Likud) has drafted a bill based on the Levy Report, which calls for a judicial tribunal on land-ownership issues and applying construction and planning laws to the West Bank.

“After years that the government was trapped under Talia Sasson’s crooked, slanted report, the time has come for a change,” Hotovely said. “Israel is not an occupier in the Land of Israel. Judea and Samaria and like Tel Aviv and all of Jerusalem.”

Hotovely has yet to submit the legislation, and is seeking support from right-wing parties for her bill.

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