OMETZ asks state comptroller to examine President's Residence expenses

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 8, 2013 17:02

Following the report of the staggering water bills paid by the Prime Minister's Residence, the OMETZ movement has asked the state comptroller to look into the President's Residence expenses, Israel Radio reported on Sunday.

According to OMETZ, the President's Residence expenses have reached NIS 60 million a year.

OMETZ is asking, among other things, to examine whether or not there's a separation between the President's Residence's budget to the president's projects, like the Peres Center for Peace.


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