Gov't postpones Knesset vote due to absence of most coalition MKs in plenum

The government has postponed voting on new coronavirus regulations, due to the absence of a majority of the coalition from the plenum.

The Likud party issued a statement saying: “MKs Ohana, Rothman, and Maklev submit their opposition to enabling the continuation of a travel ban on Israelis seeking to leave the country, given that the Health Ministry has announced that Israel is the only country in the world attempting to impose such restrictions on its citizens – and especially given that it is not reasonable to impose such a ban given that Israel is the most vaccinated country in the world.”

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