Saraki says Senate committee responsible for delayed passage of Police Reform Bill
30 November 2018 | 2:37 pm
Saraki says Senate committee responsible for the delayed passage of Police Reform Bill.
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The US and Israel opposed the law restricting restitution claims to a 30-year period. The law concerns prewar property owners and critics say Jewish claimants are disproportionately affected.
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