State Comptroller presents report, emphasizes health issues

May 1, 2012 15:59


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The State Comptroller, Micha Lindenstrauss, presented his annual report to Knesset on Tuesday, the final one of its kind before he retires from office in July.

Lindenstrauss said the 64-chapter report, which includes detailed sections on all government ministries as well as the IDF and other state-run bodies, was his largest ever in terms of scope.

Lindenstrauss noted that his final annual report places "special emphasis" on health issues. The report includes a particularly scathing chapter slamming the Health Ministry for wasting huge sums of public money.

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