Statement from Knesset Jeremy

This past week I accepted an internship for MK Yaakov Katz. The position does not entitle me to a salary and will expire at the end of the Knesset summer session on July 21st. I have given great thought as to how I can keep this blog active and have come up with what I think is the best solution possible. I will continue to blog on every bill that hits the Knesset floor, but will skip the motions, no-confidence motions, one minute speeches and queries. If something interesting does happen during those important parliamentary exercises, as it did during MK Zoabi’s flotilla speech, I will cover that as well. It saddens me that I will not be covering all of the Knesset’s activities, and I invite potential volunteers to join Knesset Jeremy and pick up the slack. That said, bills are the most important part of the Knesset, and this change will allow me to focus more time on them and give you, the readers, a proper analysis of the new laws that will affect you on a daily basis as well as potential future laws.  I want to thank my loyal readers for supporting this important blog, and I plan on updating you on last week’s bills tonight.

Thank you for your patience and understanding,

Jeremy Saltan

Knesset Jeremy Founder and Blogger