Guidelines published for construction freeze compensation

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 2, 2010 19:59

 
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The Ministry of Defense published Wednesday guidelines for citizens wishing to claim compensation over damages incurred due to the construction freeze imposed on Judea and Samaria since November 2009, the ministry's spokesperson announced Wednesday.

The guidelines have been published in the Ministry of Defense web site.

The government will set up a claims commission which will receive compensation requests, to be handled on a case by case basis.

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