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July 9, 2013 6:30 am

New Knesset Bill Allows Israeli Police to Enter Private Homes for Noise Violations

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Ynet – The Knesset on Monday approved in its second and third readings a bill that allows the police to enter private houses under certain circumstances if they are perceived to be violating noise regulations.

The bill, which was submitted by MK Miri Regev (Likud-Beiteinu), the chairwoman of the Knesset’s Internal Affairs and EnvironmentCommittee, was supported by 47 lawmakers. Only four MKs voted against the legislation.

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