Proposed bill could allow expulsion of left-wing activists

By REBECCA ANNA STOIL
January 9, 2011 19:34

Less than a week after the Knesset voted to establish a parliamentary inquiry committee to examine left-wing organizations’ activities and funding, MK Yariv Levin (Likud) prepared Sunday to file a bill that would allow the Interior Ministry to expel or prevent the entry of foreign left-wing activists.

Levin is preparing the bill together with Attorney Hila Cohen of the Legal Forum for the Land of Israel. Although it is not clear yet when the bill will be officially filed with the Knesset Secretary, the bill is fully drafted, and Levin is currently recruiting additional co-sponsors for the initiative.


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