Report: Sara Netanyahu's driver threatening to sue over work conditions

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 8, 2014 20:51

 
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Sara Netanyahu's driver is threatening to sue her and the Prime Minister's Office, Channel 2 reported on Thursday.

According to the report, Victor Saranga, who has served as Sara Netanyahu's driver for the past five years, sent a letter to the Prime Minister's Office threatening to file a lawsuit similar to those of other Netanyahu employees. In recent months, employees Manny Naftali and Guy Eliahu have filed lawsuits complaining of difficult working conditions at the Prime Minister's Residence.

Sources in the Prime Minister's Office told Channel 2 that the driver offered his silence on the matter in exchange for hundreds of thousands of shekels.

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