Knesset committee will discuss regulations for compensating Gaza area businesses

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 17, 2018 00:33
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The Knesset Finance Committee, headed by MK Moshe Gafni (United Torah Judaism), will discuss the regulations for compensating businesses and workers in the Gaza and southern region on Monday morning.

Due to the wave of terror attacks over the past year, businesses and workers in the Gaza and southern region suffered from lost income, and some businesses suffered from structural damage due to rockets.In addition, the committee will discuss regulations for the addition of settlements to the list of communities in the Gaza perimeter, which entitles them to compensation for indirect damages.



The discussion will be broadcast on the Knesset channel and on the committee's portal.


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