Legislative Commission the government rejected the bill of the Deputy Miki Zohar (Likud), who offered to allow the state to confiscate the income of pimps and brothel owners.
According to the initiative of the Zohar, the confiscated funds were to be sent to the relief Fund for victims of slavery and trafficking.
According to the Zohar, he doesn’t understand the reasons why Ministers rejected a draft law aimed at combating those who engages women in prostitution.
Despite the government’s position that the Zohar intends to submit a bill to the Knesset as a private initiative. The vote on the bill in the first reading will take place on Wednesday, February 10.
Earlier, the Zohar was put forward to the Knesset a bill toughening the ban on working on Saturdays. The bill was approved by the legislative Commission of the government, however, his advance was stopped.