After Conservative and Reform movements sued to have access to ritual baths under Orthodox control, original compromise surfaces again.
Channel 10's Rami Sadan denies insulting Shas and its chairman Arye Dery in an open letter.
CEO demands new chairman's ouster as Shas mayors take case to Israel's Supreme Court.
Proposed legislation comes in wake of several incidents in which families learned of their loved one's fate through videos on social media.
At first, no lawyers will be present in the process designed to avoid court proceedings.
Police are investigating whether the Israeli opposition leader received unlawful donations, failed to report donations and provided a false statement during the 2013 Labor Party primary campaign.
Shas party had threatened to boycott vote because of alleged racist remarks by new TV appointee, a close associate of Netanyahu's.
The Sephardi party's Knesset faction had said it would not attend Knesset sessions until Rami Sadan, who allegedly made derogatory comments about Shas and Sephardim, is dismissed as the chairman of Channel 10 News, and that the vote was a one-time exception.
Ultra-Orthodox party Shas demands that the new chairman of Channel 10 News, Rami Sadan be fired following a Haaretz report that he had made disparaging comments about Shas and Mizrahim.
Party leader Arye Dery slams appointee, Netanyahu aide Rami Sadan, for 'despicable' anti-Mizrahi comments, reported in Haaretz. Sadan tries damage control as Channel 10 launches inquiry.