Israeli law enforcement being privatized without legal basis, warns civil rights group
Policing, prosecution and debt collection are just a few of the state tasks increasingly handled by private firms, according to new report by Association for Civil Rights in Israel.
A host of law-enforcement services have gradually been privatized, with no supervision, no public debate on the issue and with no legal basis, according to a new report by the Association for Civil Rights in Israel.
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