Monday, June 19, Knesset Committee on internal Affairs will consider the bill of Knesset member from the party «Israel Our home» Oded forera, according to which immigrants will be issued a passport («Darkon») in parallel with citizenship.
At the meeting, representatives of the Ministry of internal security, Ministry of foreign Affairs, the Ministry of justice and the Ministry of aliyah and integration, the press service of the Knesset.
It is expected that today will be named the date of the vote on this bill in the second and third reading. In the first reading the bill was approved on may 29.
Under the bill forera, returnees will receive a foreign passport immediately after you become citizens of Israel. Currently, this right is only granted after one year from the date of repatriation, and before that to travel abroad, they will be issued a temporary document Lesse passe. The MP is convinced of the NDI that such a practice is in conflict with the realities of modern open-world.