Knesset to undergo NIS 114 million renovation

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July 4, 2011 12:42

 
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The Knesset will undergo a NIS 114 million renovation during the summer recess, a joint meeting of the Knesset Finance Committee and House Committee decided on Monday.

The funding for the refurbishment will come from a surplus in the 2010 budget.

The renovations will include improvements to MKs' offices, solar panels on the Knesset's roof, and updates to the library. The Knesset will also bolster protection for its website against hackers.

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