State prosecutor: Delay appointment of TA district attorney

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August 25, 2010 14:28

 
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State Prosecutor Moshe Lador is urging the committee which will appoint the new Tel Aviv district attorney to postpone their decision, Israel Radio reported on Wednesday. Lador wants the committee to hold off on naming attorney Ariela Segal-Antler to the post.

Segal-Antler may face sanctions over her part in trial of former minister Haim Ramon and has already been cited by State Comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss for "substantive negligence" in the case.

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