Mofaz: PM should be first to take polygraph test

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 6, 2012 14:41

 
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Opposition leader Shaul Mofaz on Thursday supported PM Netanyahu's call for the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) to investigate the security leaks following a recent closed-door cabinet meeting, but said that "the PM should be the first one to be subjected to a polygraph, as he who presides over the forum should be tested first."

Mofaz added that the leaking of information relating to meetings of the cabinet, which he described as a holy sanctuary in which Israel's innermost secrets are discussed, is tantamount to "anarchy."

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