A-G: Netanyahu can't use gov't spokesman for nurse matter

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September 1, 2011 10:19

 
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Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein has advised Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu that he cannot use the government spokesman to respond to claims regarding the matter of Tara Kumari, the Nepalese nurse caring for Sara Netanyahu's father.

The Justice Ministry said in a statement late Wednesday night that the Prime Minister has informed Weinstein's office that he intends to use a personal spokesman, unconnected to the government spokesman's office.

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