Kadima censures MKs for not voting against Boycott Bill

July 13, 2011 14:26


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The Kadima faction's disciplinary committee on Wednesday doled out punishment to MKs Otniell Schneller and Yulia Shamalov Berkovich for their failure to vote against the Boycott Bill in accordance with a party decree.

As part of the punishment, Schneller will be removed from the Knesset State Control Committee and the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee for a period of six months.

Shamalov Berkovich will be removed from the Knesset Immigration and Absorption Committee for a period of three months and will be barred from proposing new legislation for one month.


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