Mofaz to receive higher salary, car with driver

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March 29, 2012 12:41

 
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As new opposition leader, Shaul Mofaz will be getting quite a few perks, to which outgoing Kadima leader Tzipi Livni will have to say good-bye.

As opposition leader, Mofaz will have monthly meetings with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on diplomatic and security matters, give speeches in the plenum immediately after Netanyahu, and participate in government ceremonies with the prime minister.

Mofaz's salary will be raised to that of a government minister. He will also receive a car with a driver, a Shin Bet bodyguard, a larger office in the Knesset with a conference room, a senior advisor and more assistants.

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