Articles in "Ayelet Shaked"

Justice Minister Promoting Law To Criminalize Buying of Sex

Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked is advancing legislation to impose fines on persons buying sex from prostitutes, which she plans on bringing ...

Justice Minister Says She Will Open ‘Classified’ Documents on Absorption Of North African Immigrants

Following the request on Sunday of Interior Minister Aryeh Deri and Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev (Likud), Justice Minister Ayelet ...

Study: More Women Legislators, But Key Positions Still Elusive

The number of female legislators in Israel’s Knesset has risen sharply in the past two decades, according to a report published Thursday ...

Shaked: ‘Progress’ on Agreement to Waive Visas to United States

Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked announced Monday that Israel and the United States are in the final stages of formulating an agreement by ...

Hayut Named Supreme Court President

Justice Esther Hayut was appointed Tuesday to be 12th president of Israel’s Supreme Court. Haiut, 63, will replace Miriam Naor in October ...

“Facebook Law” Approved in Ministerial Committee for Legislation

The Ministerial Committee for Legislation approved on Sunday the “Facebook Law,” tabled by Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked and Public ...

Ministerial Committee for Legislation Approves Controversial ‘Legalization Bill’

The Ministerial Committee for Legislation unanimously approved the controversial Legalization Bill Sunday, the first step in a legal battle ...

Shaked Nominates High Court Justices as Compromise is Reached

Israel’s Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked published on Sunday her list of 28 candidates for the Supreme Court. Four justices will be chosen ...

Ofra Residents Call on Government to Legalize Community

Jerusalem (TPS) - Government ministers, Knesset members and a variety of right-wing leaders joined hundreds of residents of the Jewish ...

The NGO Transparency Bill: A Debate over Democracy and Sovereignty

Jerusalem (TPS) - As the NGO Transparency Bill passed in the Knesset last night by a vote of 57 to 48, debates centered around the values ...