In Israel, government requests high court of justice to fix unconstitutional surrogacy law

By Tzvi Joffre, 7 July
Israeli Knesset (photo credit: Chris Yunker/flickr)
Israeli Knesset (photo credit: Chris Yunker/flickr)
The government asked the High Court of Justice to fix the surrogacy law on [6 June], after failing again to fix the law itself. The court deemed the law unconstitutional nearly a year and a half ago for excluding single men and same-sex couples. [...] The health minister explained that while the court had stated it preferred that the law be fixed by the Knesset, multiple attempts to fix the law in the past had failed and he sees that there is a "zero chance" of fixing the law in the current government.
Read the full article here: Jerusalem Post

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