The Knesset  early Tuesday passed second and third readings of a law that allows the government to impose coronavirus restrictions immediately and only later seek Knesset approval. Supporters of the measure say it is necessary in order to reassert control over the spread of virus. Critics say the law removes a key check on the government's power. KAN's Naomi Segal asked Dr. Amir Fuchs, a researcher in the Center for Democratic Values and Institutions at the Israel Democracy Institute to explain the new law in the context of the parallel processes to allow the government to respond to the coronavirus crisis.