Committee decides not to support Edri for police commissioner appointment

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 30, 2018 00:28
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Committee for the Appointment of Senior Civil Service Officials decided not to support the appointment of
Moshe “Chico” Edri for the position of the next police chief, late Thursday night.

Two of the committee members voted against and two voted supported
the appointment. When there is a tie, the chairman of the committee, former Supreme Court justice Eliezer Goldberg, receives the final say. In this case, he voted against  Edri's appointment.

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