Lador slams Treasury for ongoing prosecutor's strike

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 23, 2010 20:53

State Attorney Moshe Lador on Thursday called on Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz to use his influence to bring an end to the state prosecutor's strike which has been ongoing for the last month-and-a-half. Lador's comments came in an interview with Channel Two.

Lador stated that the difference between the two sides was NIS 18 million a year for all the prosecutors, an amount he called "miniscule."

Lador was critical of the Finance Ministry's representative in the negotiations, salary supervisor Elan Levin, saying that if it was electric company workers or someone that the state deemed more worthy, they would "sit all night and find a solution."


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