The Knesset's Interior Security Committee debated the NSO affair on Monday, with chairwoman Merav Ben Ari trying to strike a balance between defending the police and probing its actions.
A bill that would mean that samples taken from victims of sex offenses would be saved for 50 years was approved for first reading in the Knesset.
About a million Israelis have signed Adi cards, and over half of all transplants were received by prioritized card owners.
A law meant to ease the process of committing to donate one's organs after death will be debated in the Ministerial Law Committee on Sunday.
The letter was signed by five Labor MKs, six Blue and White MKs and Yair Golan of Meretz. No Arabs signed it, but Druze MKs did.
Ben-Ari was very public about having a child with a gay man
The bill mandates that such a person would pay NIS 1,000 for the first offense, NIS 2,000 for the second if done within five years of the first, and a “conditional arrangement” for the third offense.
"Our army is the army of the people... in which everyone should be equal."
The bill will be brought to the Ministerial Committee for Legislation on Sunday, and is expected to gain the approval of the ministers.
“I won, but what about all the other people who tried?” MK Biran asks, criticizing Kahlon’s flagship project.