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September 28, 2007 in News | 3 comments
This is amazing.
Offtogria.Com » Vote, um, often on September 28, 2007 at 8:08 pm
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Hanan Cohen on September 30, 2007 at 10:18 am
In Israel, a member of parliament was tried in court for double voting.
The Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court on Monday sentenced former Likud MK Yehiel Hazan to four months community service for having intentionally voted twice during a Knesset session.
Hazan was also given a two-month suspended jail sentence. He was convicted of forgery, breach of trust, and other offenses in connection with a late-night May, 2003 vote on the government’s emergency economic program, in which Hazan voted both under his own name and under that of then-Likud MK Inbal Gavrieli.
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@davewiner Indeed. Let's do it.
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