The Knesset's Legislative Ministerial Committee approved a new bill, proposing to forbid
the media from publishing names of suspects who are yet to be charged.
Additionally, the bill suggests that any details from a criminal investigation being
conducted against a suspect will not be made public until an indictment.
At present, the law allows the media to publish investigation findings, the name, details and picture of a suspect from the moment he or she is brought for remand extension.
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