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  1. Israel - Elimination of forced labour - Law, Act

    Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (Legislative Amendments) Law, 5766-2006.

    Adoption: 2006 | ISR-2006-L-77332

    Amends provisions in the the Penal Law, 5737-1977 inter alia concerning bigamy (section 15(b), offences (section 368D), conveying people (seciton 370), sexual offences (section 374), abducting for purposes of trafficking in persons (inclusion of new section 374A), holding a person under conditions of slavery (inclusion of new section 375A), forced labour (section 376 and 376A), causing a person to leave a State for purposes of prostitution or slavery (inclusion of new section 376A), trafficking in persons (inclusion of new section 377A). Also adds new sections 377B, 377C, 377D, 377E with respect to penalties, compensation, and special funds for the compensation, treatment and rehabilitation of victims of trafficking and prevention of further trafficking. Also makes amendments to the Procedure (Interrogation of Witnesses Law, 5718-1957, the Legal Aid Law, 5732-1972, the Criminal Procedure Law [consolidated version], 5742-1982, the Courts Law 5744-1984, the Legal Assistance between States Law, 5737-1977, the Prohibition of Money Laundering Law, 5760-2000, the Rights of Victims of an Offence Law, 5761-2001 and the Restriction on Use of a Place for Purposes of Preventing Commission of Offences Law, 5765-2005.

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