The key words are "laws enacted." You live in a country where that happens. It does not happen here. There are hundreds of laws, but for every law in Israel, there are 100 loopholes, and there is deeply ingrained corruption, including in government. The political will, therefore, to act on laws that would touch on their own power, is zero.
As for police enactment, what you should know is that the police here have long had a poor reputation. Poorly educated, poorly trained, poorly paid and poorly led. The result is anarchy out there. Nobody is scared of the threat of police, not even three year olds.
You only have to tune in to a Knesset debate to see how unruly the average Israeli is. If that's the elite, what can be expected of the lower orders.