Revisions Take Sting Out of MK Suspension Bill

New version requires proof that a lawmaker took concrete actions to incite to terror or racism or undermine Israel’s character as a Jewish and democratic state.

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The “Suspension Bill” has been amended to raise the bar for suspending a Knesset member. While the previous version had allowed a 90-MK majority to suspend a fellow MK because of his remarks, the new version...