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It repeated an earlier proposal to make it compulsory to present one's national identification number when purchasing tickets to minimize fan violence.
The Cabinet decided to return national identification number to holders of yellow cards, who lost citizenship in the West Bank and from whom these cards were withdrawn on this basis.
It is definitely time for employees to ask what measures are being taken by their employers in the handling of registered mail and in the securing of national identification numbers, birth dates and other personal details.
East Bloc citizens have long carried a national identification number enabling their government to easily track their business, legal and civil affairs.
Under the act, each licensed driver will receive on their driver's license a national identification number, which he or she will have to provide to use any federally regulated service, such as airlines or banks.