Shapira is sworn in as new State Comptroller

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July 4, 2012 13:20

 
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Israel's new State Comptroller, Judge Joseph Shapira, took his oath of office Wednesday morning, pledging to cooperate with the Knesset in his work.

Shapira said that the office of the State Comptroller must point out failures, but most importantly, ensure they are corrected. Likewise, he added, "we should not just point out those responsible for failures but also those who do not fix them."

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