MK Sheetrit discloses financial assets to public

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 9, 2014 15:17

 
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Presidential hopeful MK Meir Sheetrit disclosed information about his financial assets at a Hatnua faction meeting on Monday.

Sheetrit said that throughout his years in public service he reported his financial income as required by law, adding that he decided to publicly reveal a list of his properties because he understood the public interest.

The list of assets include a house in Yavne worth NIS 2-3 million; an apartment in the port city of Eilat (worth NIS 900,000); and two additional apartments in the coastal cities, Ashkelon and Ashdod.

As for his income, Sheetrit receives an additional NIS 3,000 to his Knesset salary each month, since he is a former minister.

"Since I made Aliya from Morocco," he said at the closing of the meeting, "everything I earned was through hard work. I am clean."

 

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