State Comptroller sends 'Bibi-Tours' report draft to PM

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December 27, 2012 21:23

 
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State Comptroller Yosef Shapira sent Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu the draft to his report in the "Bibi Tours" affair, Channel 2 reported on Thursday.

The report's draft was also sent to 30 other ministers and deputy ministers from three different governments over similar allegations of improper funding of international trips.

The prime minister and other ministers involved in the affair have been given a January 31 deadline to respond to the report, according to Channel 2.

The report is expected to be released in a few months.

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