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  2/11/2013, Adar 1, 5773

2 MKs Win Democracy Institute's Parliamentary Badges


It was announced, Monday, that the Israel Democracy Institute has awarded Knesset members Orli Levi-Abekasis (Yisrael Beyteinu) and Nitzan Horowitz (Meretz) its Parliamentarian Badge award for the Hebrew calendar year 5722, which ended last fall. The Parliamentary Badge committee noted that the two focused on promoting goals that are not typically at the center of the agenda, such as the rights of women, children, residents of peripheral areas, migrants  and environmental protection.

The committee also noted that their contribution was reflected in various aspects: laws initiated and bills submitted; work committees: Horowitz on the Special Committee on Foreign Workers; Levi-Abekasis on the Committee on Children's Rights, and for thorough, basic daily parliamentary functioning: for example, submitting many queries, through which they supervise the activity of ministries.

The committee noted that the two focused on promoting the goals that are not typically the agenda, such as the rights of women, children, residents and migrants peripheral and environmental protection.
They also noted that their contribution is reflected in various aspects: laws initiated and bills submitted; work committees - Horowitz Special Committee on Foreign Workers, Levi - Abecassis by the Committee, and in the Parliamentary Day - Daily thorough - for example, submitting many queries, through which they control the activity ministries.The committee noted that the two focused on promoting the goals that are not typically the agenda, such as the rights of women, children, residents and migrants peripheral and environmental protection.
They also noted that their contribution is reflected in various aspects: laws initiated and bills submitted; work committees - Horowitz Special Committee on Foreign Workers, Levi - Abecassis by the Committee, and in the Parliamentary Day - Daily thorough - for example, submitting many queries, through which they control the activity ministries.The committee noted that the two focused on promoting the goals that are not typically the agenda, such as the rights of women, children, residents and migrants peripheral and environmental protection.
They also noted that their contribution is reflected in various aspects: laws initiated and bills submitted; work committees - Horowitz Special Committee on Foreign Workers, Levi - Abecassis by the Committee, and in the Parliamentary Day - Daily thorough - for example, submitting many queries, through which they control the activity ministries.