A-G to PM: Don't use PMO for statements about worker affair

August 31, 2011 23:41

Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein on Wednesday instructed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu not to use the government-employed Prime Minister's Office to issue statements regarding the scandal surrounding a foreign worker who his wife Sara allegedly mistreated.

Army Radio reported that the prime minister told the attorney-general in response that he intended to employ the services of a personal public relations representative with no connection to the state.

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