Bennett adviser wins NIS 1m. tender in his ministry

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
September 1, 2015 22:00

 
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Education Minister Naftali Bennett's strategic adviser Moshe Klughaft won an NIS 1m. campaign to advertise the Education Ministry's flagship math program, Channel 10 reported Tuesday. The report came two days after Culture and Sport Minister Miri Regev was accused of diverting an advertising tender in her ministry.

The education ministry responded to the report by saying Klughaft  was chosen for his professional credentials.

Klughaft responded that he wished he had a shekel for every Channel 10 probe against him, so he could be rich and wouldn't have to run any more campaigns.

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