justice ministry

Belgium’s new justice minister has spoken of Jewish lobby

In February, when Justice Minister Vincent Van Quickenborne was the Mayor of Kortrijk he tweeted that the “Jewish lobby is working extra hours. After Aalst, now Washington."

Spike in justified complaints against prosecution - watchdog

Rozen also hammers favorable treatment given to police

Six new geographical indications for wine are registered in Israel

Geographical indicators are considered to be a type of intellectual property. For this reason, once they have beeen registered they are protected by local and international laws.

A man wears a face mask for fear of the coronavirus as he takes the train to Haifa, on March 17, 202
Justice Ministry watchdog concerned about Shin Bet coronavirus tracking

Privacy Protection Authority argued that the current means employed by the gov't to detect those who came into possible contact with coronavirus patients pose an enormous privacy risk to citizens.

What's going on with the battle over judges’ conflicts of interest?

EXPLAINER: "This is another positive step toward advancing transparency,” said Justice Minister Avi Nissenkorn.

Members of Israel's criminal justice system who are under threat
Israel’s criminal justice system under threat of attack

The list of legal officials who need protective detail is growing.

A screen capture of the live stream feed from a hearing at the High Court of Justice
Phenomenon of threats to Supreme Court Justices needs to be condemned

It is horrific but not surprising that a Supreme Court justice has received a direct death threat.

Two 'aides' to Holocaust survivor, 92, steal thousands of shekels

"I'm of afraid of him [the guardian], don't add him to the account," the elderly man whispered into the ear of the bank manager when they were alone.

Nissenkorn: I will block any attempt to override High Court

Newly appointed justice minister zigzags on PM’s attacks on law enforcement

Cabinet in chaos in dealing with new coronavirus emergency powers bill

The Shin Bet director's opposition to his agency's continued involvement in the surveillance of coronavirus-infected patients played a major part in the potential stalling of the legislation.

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