The Israel Film Service Collection

The Knesset - The Israeli House of Laws

34 Minutes, 1984
Genre:
Documentary
  • Rate
Directed by: Micha Limor
Production:Zohar Arnon
Production Company:Israel Film Service
Original Music: Abbey Ferbestein
Language: Hebrew
|
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

The film, produced by the Israel Film Service in collaboration with the Information Center, presents the Knesset of Israel and how it operatesThe narrator narrates the establishment of the Knesset of Israel in its early years and its initial residence in Beit Fromin in Jerusalem until the establishment of the current Knesset residence in Givat Ram in 1966 The film presents the activities of the Knesset and concepts from its field of exercise such as basic laws, submitting questions, motions of confidence, immunity, and electing the Knesset Speaker and President State Although the entire legislative process takes place in the Knesset, much of the Knessets activity is carried out in the Chambers of the Speakers on the second floor of the building, where 10 different committees are set up that manage legislative matters and bring the laws to be read in the plenary Sometimes the Knesset deviates from its regular activities to hold special symbolic events in the states history, such as hosting diplomats from different countries.

Subscribe to our mailing list and stay up to date
הירשמו לרשימת התפוצה שלנו והישארו מעודכנים

This will close in 0 seconds