Israel Passes Landmine Removal Bill
The Israeli Knesset last month approved a bill paving the way for the removal of “non-operational” anti-personnel landmines in Israel through the establishment of a national mine action authority.
The March 14 vote was 43 to 0.
The Minefield Clearance Act, which marks
The legislation makes no mention of the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty, the most comprehensive international agreement pertaining to landmines.
The act’s passage took place one year after a mine detonation in the
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