As opposed to less than clever Members of Knesset we've seen in the past few years, MK Michaeli holds a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering, and a BA in Business Administration.
"I feel fine. The delivery was very swift," Michaeli told Ynet. "I'll leave the hospital and then decide what maternity leave to take."
Asked about the new parliament child's name, the MK replied, "I'm having doubts about the name and consulting the rabbi."...
In the current legal situation, a Knesset member is not defined as a worker and is therefore not entitled to maternity leave.
"It's clear that the right given to any workers, which is aimed at allowing her to rest following the delivery and nurture the bond between the parent and child, should also be granted to Knesset members," the committee members stated. (YNET)
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