Research from Keshev: The Center for the Protection of Democracy in Israel

In 2002, Israel's eletoral laws were amended to reflect international standards. This required that all information relating to surveys pubished during the election be be submitted to the Central Election Commission and subsequently be open to the public, data which includes information about who comissioned and who participated in the survey. The Keshev Research Center recently revealed that despite this law, not a single survey was submitted to the Committee for review and that there is currenlty no mechanism for enforcing such a law.

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