A bill to legalize West Bank outposts can come before the Knesset for a preliminary vote as early as Wednesday.
Among those who supported the legislation were members of the Yamina Party. Once a preliminary vote is held, the legislation must pass three readings and be sent to committees for approval. It’s unclear if there would be enough time for its passage if no government is formed and a fifth election is called. It’s presumed that the only narrow window of time by which the bill could pass into law is the period prior to a government’s formation, so Tuesday’s vote and the one expected on Wednesday are likely to give the battel for the outposts a boost but may not effect any substantive change.
If pass into law, the bill would allow for 70 West Bank outposts to be authorized within two years and grant de-facto authorization to those outposts in the interim.
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