11 new MKs set to enter Knesset under Expanded Norwegian Law
The bill will now only need two more votes in the plenum, with the support of at least 61 MKs to pass into law.
The amendments, which suggested changing every word in the bill little by little, were used to waste hours of deliberations on the bill on Sunday.
The vote was postponed after an MK tested positive for COVID-19 last Wednesday.
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The bill will still have to go to the Knesset Law Committee and then back for two more readings in the Knesset Plenum before it becomes law.
The sixth floor will be built to make room for new MKs in case the "Norwegian Law" is passed.