Levin keeps up title as prolific parliamentarian

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November 28, 2013 14:46

Coalition chairman Yariv Levin (Likud Beytenu) passed his 50th law this week, keeping up his title as most prolific legislator from the last Knesset.

On Monday, the Knesset passed in its final reading a law allowing someone who purchased an apartment to move in even if the contractor still hasn't fulfilled all of his commitments to the bank.

The law is Levin's 50th, as he pointed out on Facebook, writing that "every law took time, planning, writing and political work.

Levin thanked the public for sending him ideas for bills.

In the previous Knesset , Levin, then chairman of the Knesset House Committee, passed more laws than any other MK – 29. Since the 19th Knesset was sworn in in February, he passed another 21.


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