Landau: Force security cabinet members to take polygraph

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 5, 2012 14:31

 
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Energy and Water Minister Uzi Landau said Wednesday that he supports Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's decision to adjourn the security cabinet meeting after confidential information leaked to the press, and added that he should force everyone present at the meeting to take a polygraph test.

"The prime minister made the right decision," he said. "These leaks, which have happened more than once, harm the security of the State of Israel. We can not continue in this path."

Landau added: "We must force the participants of the meeting, including ministers, security and intelligence personnel to undergo a polygraph. Until the leaker is not found, we must not reconvene the security cabinet."

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