Amnon Rubenstein calls on State Prosecutor Lador to resign

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July 11, 2012 11:42

 
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Former justice minister Prof. Amnon Rubenstein on Wednesday joined a chorus of public figures calling for the resignation of State Prosecutor Moshe Lador following Ehud Olmert's acquittal of all major charges in a corruption case that led to his resignation as prime minister.

Speaking with Israel Radio, Rubenstein said the State Prosecutor's Office must enact fundamental reforms and appoint an ombudsman to investigate serious cases.

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