PM names new bureau chief after Eshel's forced resignation

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April 24, 2012 19:24

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu named Eyal Haimovsky on Tuesday as his new bureau chief, replacing Gil Sheffer who was appointed the Prime Minister's Chief of staff after Natan Eshel was force to resign in February.

Haimovsky, 38, served previously as the deputy CEO of the Jerusalem Development Authority and variously as an advisor to the minister of transportation, minister of housing and construction, and Jerusalem's mayor.  The PMO's bureau chief is primarily responsible for the prime minister's schedule.

Haimovsky holds an engineering degree as well as an MBA.

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