Kahlon says Kulanu will oppose Regulation Bill

Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon says his Kulanu party will oppose the so-called Regulation Bill, which aims to retroactively legalize settlements built on private Palestinian land.

Knesset voting on the legislation was delayed earlier today due to reservations by Kulanu. The party is opposed to the section of the bill that explicitly overturns a High Court ruling forbidding the expropriation of privately owned Palestinian land on which the Amona outpost sits.

The court has ruled that the outpost must be demolished by December 25. The legislation aims to overturn that decision.

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