3 PMO staff went to A-G over harassment charges

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January 26, 2012 01:55

 
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Three senior officials in the Prime Minister's Office reportedly took complaints to the attorney general regarding allegations of harassment by bureau chief Natan Eshel.

According to the Hebrew media, Cabinet Secretary Tzvi Hauser and communications director Yoaz Hendel took the complaints of a female staffer to attorney general Yehuda Weinstein. Later reports alleged that Maj.-Gen. Yohanan Locker also provided information to Weinstein, who directed the Civil Service Commission's disciplinary division to conduct a preliminary investigation into the matter.

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