Lindenstraus: Public confidence comptroller's only weapon

December 14, 2010 11:54


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State Comptroller Micha Lindenstraus told the Knesset State Control Committee that, "on a personal level, I feel there is a very significant problem with the implementation of state comptroller decisions." He explained that the comptroller's reports are not legally binding in any way.

"Our central weapon today is the public's confidence in the state comptroller," Lindenstraus said. "It is only with this weapon that we are able to ask for the ratification of our findings," he added that he "does not think these tools are enough."

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