Netanyahu announces special committee tasked with security communication reforms

May 27, 2016 15:57


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Friday he intends to constitute a special committee tasked with devising recommendations on ways to better facilitate communications between the defense establishment and cabinet ministers concerning national security matters.

The team will be lead by former head of the National Security Council Maj.-Gen. (res.) Yaakov Amidror.

Other members of the committee will include Maj.-Gen. (res.) Yohanan Locker and Joseph Ciechanover, who has served as legal council for the Defense and Foreign Ministries.

The team will submit their recommendations within three weeks, the Prime Minister's Office said.


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