Public safety minister seeks to delay criminalization of johns – Israel Information


Public Safety Minister Amir Ohana is making an attempt to acquire a six-month delay within the implementation of a legislation that makes it against the law to pay for prostitution companies. Ohana says that the legislation is ineffective in not giving violators the choice of remedy.

Justice Minister Avi Nissenkorn and Labor and Social Affairs Minister Itzik Shmuli each object to any delay, and Ohana’s request, which was directed to Nissenkorn, Shmuli and numerous legislation enforcement officers in a letter, is an distinctive step in reference to a legislation that is because of take impact on July 10.

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