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Push to pass nationality law in israel in less than a month

Push to pass nationality law in israel in less than a month.” (Riyad Hayyan, The Jerusalem Post)

The Zionist-run Knesset, led by MK Nachman Shai (Likud), will begin the legislative process on Monday and the majority of its members, including the MKs and Yisrael Beiteinu legislators, are likely to vote for the bill, according to sources in the Knesset.

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The legislation is similar to one approved by the United Nations Commission on the Status of Refugees earlier this month and could pass the Knesset in the coming days as it was drafted by the Law and Justice coalition. The Law and Justice-led Knesset is also expected to pass similar legislation this year, according to the sources in the Knesset and in the government.

Under this legislation, any citizen who would like to receive a humanitarian passport would first receive a green card, which would then become the basis of his Israeli citizenship, and, finally, to apply for a Palestinian passport would also have to obtain the appropriate visa before the Israeli Passport Authority would issue it.

“This is the latest step in moving towards citizenship, as well as citizenship for future citizens and for citizens of third countries,” said MK Avigdor Liberman (Likud). The Law and Justice-led Knesset, he added, would “begin the work of establishing citizenship for all people, and then work on extending to other parts of the population citizenship by another name.”

Speaking at the Yesh Din event in the West Bank, MK Yair Lapid, an opposition leader and a member of the center-left Knesset, suggested that the Israeli government should consider the possibility of extending to the whole of the country Palestinian citizenship, and said that the government should “not just say yes,” but “make sure the citizenship is not of Israeli origin, it has to be of national origin, but the nationality has to be national. Citizenship for all, for all”

Lapid also called for extending national service to people with Israeli citizenship.

MKs voted against an initiative on allowing citizens to have citizenship on humanitarian grounds in 2010 but received an additional five-seat majority to pass the bill by a two-third