Prosecutors' strike stops Hanegbi corruption case

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December 19, 2010 20:43

 
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An ongoing strike by state prosecutors over working conditions - which has been in effect for over a month - is continuing to cause significant damage to police investigations, including that of former MK Tzahi Hanegbi.

The Prosecutor's organization rejected the request from the Jerusalem Attorney's Office to allow one of its lawyers to break the strike and work on Hanegbi's corruption case.

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