Civil Service Commissioner's tenure extended after 14 years

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 23, 2010 16:54

 
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The government decided Sunday to extend Shmuel Hollander's tenure as Civil Service Comissioner, contradicting a previous announcement that Hollander would leave the job in June.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu proposed that Hollander continue his service in the position he has held for the past 14 years, in order to allow for the approval of a two-year budget.



The only cabinet member to vote against the move was Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch.

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