Knesset launches new advanced legislative database

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December 9, 2014 18:31

 
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The Knesset on Tuesday launched a new advanced legislative database which helps the viewer follow legislation through the byzantine process of developments and amendments.

The database shows that the country has 898 laws in effect which collectively have been amended 6,000 times.

The viewer can file the text of a law from when it was first proposed as a bill through all of the committee readings and changes until its final version to better understand what principles were in play and under debate regarding the law.

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