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23.05.2024

Morning: The yeshiva recruitment proposed law shall be submitted to the government

After two and a half months • proposed law formulated by the Perry Committee - will be submitted for Cabinet approval this morning • Yisrael Beiteinu ministers will oppose the law "does not include recruiting Arabs"

Morning: The yeshiva recruitment proposed law shall be submitted to the government
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After two and half months of work, the Perry Committee will submit today (Sunday), for approval of the Government and the Ministerial Committee on Legislation, the recruitment reform, which includes the new conscription law and Civil Service Law:

Conscription law regulates the military service for yeshiva students, and military service for all citizens of the State of Israel. Civil service law for those rejected of military service, regulates the civil service in the yeshiva students, while setting comprehensive routes than those which had been practiced so far, including the civil service security route.

With the approval of the Government and the Ministerial Committee on Legislation, laws will be further legislated in the coming weeks for vote in the Knesset.

Ministerial committee headed by the Minister of Science Technology and Space, MK Yaakov Perry, includes the Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon, Minister of Public Security MK Yitzchak Aharonovitz, Housing Minister MK Uri Ariel, Culture and Sports MK Limor Livnat and Minister of the Environment, MK Amir Peretz.

Reform government funding approval comes after Attorney General, Attorney Yehuda Weinstein based on the law and his continued approval of the legislation.

Minister Perry said: "After intensive work we will bring tomorrow (Sunday) the law for government approval, in order to advance another step in a historic law and changes which have been requested for 65 years. Law contains the balances requested for the value of Torah study to the values of the civil service; the process of drafting the law was both sensitive and determined".

Yisrael Beiteinu intends not to vote in favor of the law, claiming it was not equitable in relation to the obligation of recruiting the Arab sector.
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